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doors of opportunity; by their uncompromising perseverance, 
led us over thresholds to discover truth, and by their exem- 
plary lives and steadiness of purpose, indicated the way to 
success. 

. . . who have in this way opened to us the doors of 
E.1V.C. and so life's doors. 

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VIA, VERITAS, VITA— "The Way, The Truth, and The Life" . . . 
this, the motto on our college seal, is the epitome of the educational 
objectives and ideals of our college — a Christian philosophy of life, 
a reverence for truth, the building of holy character. These were, in 
effect, the words of our new president in his inaugural address. 

If we are to benefit from the worthy and high ideals of our 
college, we must take full advantage of the opportunities it provides 
Our professors and the educational program, our college pastor and 
the religious program, and our extra-curricular program of sports 
and social activities can open the doors which lead to the attainment 
of the well-balanced personality suggested above, but it is entirely 
dependent upon us whether or not we push through these doors and 
attain. "Behold, I have set before thee an open door, and no man 
can shut it." But of what avail is an open door if we do not pass 
through? 

We present to you the doors of E.N.C. Let us pass through and 
review another joyous school year. Let us pass through them in our 
personal lives and attain unto a Christian philosophy of life, a 
reverence for truth, the building of holy character. 




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AN EVENING 
AT HOME 



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The years have brought many changes to E.N.C.: new buildings, new courses, new 
faces. Plans have already been made for further changes in future years. But E.N.C. 
at heart is the same E.N.C. it has been in the past. Earnest young people are given 
an opportunity to pursue a college education, professors take a personal interest in 
each student, and revival fires still burn on our altars. 

An alumnus of the college after many years of service as a missionary said to me, 
"It is a real thrill to come back to E.N.C. and find a more wholesome, spiritual 
atmosphere on the campus than when I was a student." 

It is always comforting to hear alumni express confidence in the present program 
of E.N.C. It is equally gratifying to realize that graduates of the college after many 
years of absence from the campus still want E.N.C. to be the kind of college they 
remember from their student days. 

Our fond hope is that every member of the class of 1949 will be true to the stan- 
dards, traditions, and ideals of E.N.C; that there may be such a strong bond of com- 
mon purpose uniting faculty, administration, student body, and alumni that together 
we may keep E.N.C. ever the same. 



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AKRON DISTRICT 

O. L. BENEDUM 

1863 Lisbon Street, East Liverpool, Ohio 
E. S. CARMAN 

1643 Lee Road, Cleveland Heights, Ohio 

D. D. PALMER 

916 Buckeye Street, Warren, Ohio 
L. W. DURKEE 

1588 Delia Avenue, Akron, Ohio 

ALBANY DISTRICT 

R. D. SMITH 

229 West Pleasant Avenue, Syracuse 5, N. Y. 
M. E. WILSON 

26 Rochelle Street, Rochester, N. Y. 

MARITIME DISTRICT 
J. H. MacGREGOR 

131 High Street, Moncton, N. B., Canada 
NEW ENGLAND DISTRICT 
J. C. ALBRIGHT 

19 Keniston Road, Melrose, Massachusetts 

E. H. KAUFFMAN 

134 Grand View Avenue, Wollaston, Massachusetts 
L. M. SPANGENBERG 

178 Quinobequin Road, Waban, Massachusetts 
J. W. TURPEL 

62 State Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts 
NEW YORK DISTRICT 
O. J. FINCH 

27 Wilson Street, Beacon, N. Y. 
E. E. YOUNG 

108-05 95th Avenue, Richmond Hill, N. Y. 



ONTARIO DISTRICT 

A. E. COLLINS 

57 Brant Avenue, Brantford, Ontario, Canada 
R. F. WOODS 

83 Ottawa Street, No., Hamilton, Ontario, Canada 
PITTSBURGH DISTRICT 
R. F. HEINLEIN 

R.F.D. 7, Box 367, Butler, Pennsylvania 
A. H. ELSEY 

141 Tillman Avenue, Johnstown, Pennsylvania 
M. R. EMERY 

25 Franklin Street, Warren, Pennsylvania 
R. M. INGLAND 

322 Meadow Avenue, Charleroi, Pennsylvania 
WASHINGTON-PHILADELPHIA DISTRICT 
J. H. PARKER 

3102 Windsor Avenue, Baltimore 16, Maryland 

E. E. GROSSE 

331 I Gainesville St., S.E., Hillorest, Washington, D.C. 

F. D. KETNER 

212 MacDade, Boulevard, Collingdale, Pennsylvania 
E. C. WOLF 

1412 Markley Street, Norristown, Pennsylvania 
ALUMNI REPRESENTATIVES 
W. G. ANGELL 

16 East Elm Avenue, Wollaston, Massachusetts 
H. B. WARD 

178 Sawyer Street, South Portland, 'Maine 

PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE 

EDWARD S. MANN 

41 W. Elm Avenue, Wollaston, Massachusetts 



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THIRD ROW: R. Heinlein, J.Turpel, J. Parker, W. Angell, H. Ward, R. Woods, R. Smith, E. Young; SECOND 
ROW: A. Elsey, O. Finch, J. MacGregor, F. Ketner, D. Palmer, A. Collins, M. Wilson, L. Durkee, J. Albright; 
FRONT ROW: E. Wolf, M. Emery, L. Spangenberg, E. Mann, O. Benedum, E. Gross, R. Ingland. 






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Contents . . . 



Those Who Labor With Us 14 

Our Inner Man Is Fed 24 

Along With Our Studies 34 
With Fair Play As the Standard 56 

The Not Yets 68 

The Year In Retrospect 92 

Now Is The Hour 104 

Meet Our Friends 136 

Where We Are From 193 



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EVERETT S. PHILLIPS, A.B., Th.B. 
Vice-President 

"O magnify the Lord with me, and let us exalt 
His name together." 



EDWARD S. MANN, A.M. 
President 

'One man among a thousand have I found.' 



BERTHA MUNRO, A.M. 
Dean of the College, Literature 

"Where your treasure is, there will your heart 
be also." 





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JASPER R. NAYLOR, A.M. 
Business Manager, Mathematics 

I have taught thee in the way of wisdom: 
have led thee in right paths." 



J. GLENN GOULD, A.M., D.D. 
Theology 

"Behold My servant, whom I have chosen; My 
beloved, in whom My soul is well pleased." 



MADELINE N. NEASE, A.B. 
Registrar 

"Consider that I labored ... for all them that 
seek learning." 

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EDITH F. COVE, Mus.M. 
Pianoforte, Organ 

'His truth shall be thy shield and buckler. 



VERNON T. GROVES, Ph.D. 
Psychology 

'A wise and an understanding heart. 



KENT GOODNOW, A.M. 
Classical Languages, German 

"Serving the Lord with all humility of mind.' 



FRED J. SHIELDS, A.M., Ed.M., D.D. 
Psychology, Sociology 

"A good man out of the good treasure of the 
heart bringeth forth good things." 



MARY K. HARRIS, A.M. 
French, Spanish 

"The Lord hath set apart him that is godly 
for Himself.' 



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JAMES H. SHRADER, Ph.D. 
Chemistry 

"The servant of the Lord must be gentle unto 
all men, apt to teach, patient." 





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WILLIAM BABCOCK.A.M. 
Biology 

"The noble acts which he did, and his great- 
ness, they are not written: for they were very 
many." 



ALICE SPANGENBERG, A.M. 
English 

"Written with a pen of iron, and with the 
point of a diamond." 



HARVEY J. S. BLANEY, A.B., B.D. 
Biblical Literature 

I will bless the Lord at all times; His praise 
shall continually be in my mouth." 




LOUISE A. DYGOSKI, A.M. 
Speech 

'Speech finely framed delighteth the ears." 



OLIVE BYNON MARPLE, A.B. 
Piano, Organ 

"Out of the abundance of the heart the mouth 
speaketh." 



MERVEL P. LUNN, A.M. 
History 

"The path of the just is as the shining light 
that shineth more and more." 



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ROLLAND W. PARSONS, M.S. 
Education, Director of Physical Education 

'A workman that needeth not to be ashamed." 



HELEN FRANCIS ROTHWELL, A.M. 
Spanish 

"The fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, 
longsuffering, gentleness, goodness, faith." 



ANDREW RANKIN, A.M. 
Economics 

"With my whole heart and with my whole 
soul." 

ESTHER D. WILLIAMSON 
Dean of Women, Voice 

"Now abideth faith, hope, love, these three; 
but the greatest of these is love." 



MEL-THOMAS ROTHWELL.A.M. 
Philosophy 

"With Him is wisdom and strength, He hath 
counsel and understanding." 



GEORGE J. DELP, S.T.B. 
Greek, Church History 

"Knowledge is easy unto him that under- 
standeth." 




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EDITH P. GOODNOW, A.M. 
English Literature 

"A word fiily spoken is like apples of gold in 
pictures of silver." 



WALLACE DIXON, A.M. 
Instructor in Biology 

'A prudent man looketh well to his going. 



ROBERT H. MAYBURY, A.M. 
Chemistry, Physics 

"He is my refuge and my fortress: my Sod; 
in Him will I trust." 




ELIZABETH McFARLAND, B.S. in P. S. Mus. 
Music 

"Let us therefore follow afier the things which 
make for peace." 



MIRIAM PARK, Ed.M. 
English 

'To be spiritually minded is life and peace.' 



WILBUR H. MULLEN, A.B., Th.B. 
Theology 

"Wisdom that is from above is pure, peace- 
able, gentle, full of mercy and good fruits, 
without partiality, and without hypocrisy." 



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EVANSELOS SOTERIADES, A.M., B.S. 
Librarian 

'He that humbleth himself shall be exalted. 



CHARLES W. AKERS, A.B. 
History 

"Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do it 
with thy might." 



LUTHER E. TYSON, A.B., S.T.B. 
Sociology 

For as the man is, so is his strength." 

HADRIAN LECHNER, A.M. 
Physics 

"He was a burning and a shining light." 



FRANCES ALLEN, B.S. 
Chemistry, Review Mathematics 

'A merry heart doeth good like a medicine." 



CALVIN MAYBURY, B.S. 
Chemistry 

"I shall give thee the heathen for thine in- 
heritance." 




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GRACE UMSTEAD, A.B. 
Assistant in Music 

will sing unto the Lord as long as I live." 



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Elizabeth Young 

Secretary to the President 



Grace Banham 

Sec. to the Vice-President 



Mary Rankin 

Employment and Service Manager 





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Bookkeeper 



Claudine Gardiner, R.N. 

College Nurse 



Frank Bowers 

Food Service Manager 



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1. This won't hurt! 

2. Philosopher's son 

3. No unemployment here! 

4. Right at home 



5. "Rrrh . . . rrrh . . . rrrh . . ." 

6. Off the record 

7. What do I do about this? 

8. Salad tonight? 



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HOSPITAL CHOIR 



"The dissemination of missionary knowledge 
among the students, and the enlistment of 
consecrated lives for the spread of the Gospel 
of full salvation throughout the world." This, 
the object of the College Missionary Society, 
gave impetus to its activities. 

Zeal . . . two inspiring chapel services . . . 
presentation of the various mission fields at 
weekly prayer meetings . . . sending the 
Camera to missionary alumni . . . Christmas 
cards to mission schools in Africa and Japan 
... all these activities were carried on in a 
zealous manner with the object of the society 
constantly in view. 

Diligence . . . Under the leadership of its 
sincere, hard-working president, Berge Naja- 
rian, the College Missionary Society has left 
an imprint on the life of E.N.C. which wiJI 
long be remembered. 

Cooperation . . . The cooperating officers 
were Marion Kish, vice-president; Rebecca 
Skidmore, secretary-treasurer; William Tib- 
betts and Douglas Alexander, members-at- 
large. 

Insight . . . Professor Alice Spangenberg, 
faculty adviser, provided insight into the 
needs of the field, particularly in Japan. 

Accomplished . . . The object of the society, 
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The Prison Farm at Beverly . . . Boston 
missions . . . Quincy City Hospital . . . the 
Old Folks' Home . . . The Good Samaritan 
Children's Hospital ... all have felt the im- 
pact of the purpose of the Evangelistic As- 
sociation as stated in its constitution, "to ma- 
nifest the burden for souls in active work." 

"Perhaps the greatest endeavor was in the 
missions where down-and-outers have been 
given new hope through the Gospel of 
Christ." Thus the president, Alvin Lawhead, 
expresses the Evangelistic Association's work 
in carrying out its purpose for this year. Other 
officers were: Marvin Joy, vice-president; Cla- 
ra Rogers, secretary; Gene Smith, treasurer. 

Under the cooperation of the members with 
the officers, and the inspiration of its faculty 
adviser, Rev. E. S. Phillips, the Evangelistic As- 
sociation also organized three choirs for this 
year. "These choirs represent not so much 
actual soul-seeking as they do service in good 
works indicative of good spiritual health." 




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Missionary emphasis was 
strengthened by the work of 
the Young Women's Foreign 
Missionary Society. Inspira- 
tional Sunday afternoon pray- 
ermeetings kept our minds 
alert to the needs of the 
various fields. 

Officers of the society were: 
Nelda Vidt, president; Becky 
Skidmore, vice-president; Iris 
Long, secretary; Marilyn Brown, 
treasurer; Florabelle Dodson, 
superintendent of publication. 
Mrs. Robert Maybury was 
adviser. 



SECOND ROW: R. Skidmore, F. Dodson, Mrs. Maybury, adviser, I. Long; FRONT ROW: M. Brown, N. Vidt. 



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SECOND ROW: P. Lick, D. Alexander, C. Bradley, R. Williams; FRONT ROW: O. Black, D. Young, E. Bruce, 
E. Gibson, L. Andrews. 



Faculty night with Professor 
Naylor . . . farmers' night . . . 
twins' night . . . nurses' night 
. . . waitresses' night ... a 
new slant for maximum par- 
ticipation. 

The spiritual emphasis was 
kept high by president Carroll 
Bradley, vice-president Evelyn 
Gibson, chorister Roger Wil- 
liams, pianist Paul Lick, secre- 
tary-treasurer E.J .Bruce, mem- 
bers-at-large Douglas Alexan- 
der, Ollie Black, Doris Young, 
and Lois Andrews, and coun- 
sellor Dr. J. Glenn Gould. 




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"The acquainting of the 
ministerial student with pastor- 
al problems." This purpose 
was carried out by such out- 
standing guest speakers as Dr. 
Sydney Powell, pastor of Tre- 
mont Temple, who spoke on 
the subject, "Fools for Christ's 
Sake." 

Socially ... a hamburg fry. 

The officers were: president, 
Floyd Flemming; vice-presi- 
dent, Jerry Douds; and secre- 
tary-treasurer, Clara Rogers. 




THIRD ROW: G. Teague, W. Tibbetts, J. Jackson, E. Haner, F. Hiltz, E. Fliger, C. Coller, P. Lockhart, 
R. Bula, N. McLain, R. Lutz; SECOND ROW: P. Yamada, R. McNeely, P. Storey, P. Neal, B. Grant, R. Jone:, 
R. Bruce, D. Hathaway, A. Swift, C. Keys, W. James, B. Najarian; FRONT ROW: B. Berry, L. Mullen, A. Stiefel 
C. Rogers, Dr. Gould, F. Flemming, A. Lawhead, W. Blachly, H. Cooper, P. Kauffman. 

Student Ministerial Association 



A Cappella Choir 

THIRD ROW- R. Grosse, Z. Dohanian, G. Hilgar, R. Cribbis, J. Burton, H. Wells, H. Smith, C. Bradley, 
P. Lockhart, W. Lusk, E. Thompson, J. Duncan, W. Blachly, A. Stiefel; SECOND ROW: F. Dodson, B. Naylor, 
B. Hodges, C. Keys, N. Vidt, T. Fry, M. Groves, L. Allen, M. Maybury L. Andrews, C. Brodhead, L. Henry, 
R. Friend, C. Wayman; FRONT ROW: A. Ward, E. Colby, E. Smith, F. Rogers, R. McGill, H. Darting, Profes- 
sor Williamson, R. Campbell, R. Bailey, G. Oddo, B. Feil, E. Smith, H. Nease. 



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"He put a song in my head." 
The A Cappella Choir gave 
expression to this song in their 
role in the presentation cf 
excerpts from Handel's Mes- 
siah and also in daily concerts 
while touring the Eastern Edu- 
cational Zone. Acting officers 
of the choir were Harcld Dar- 
ling, president; Regina McGill, 
secretary-treasurer; Russell Bai- 
le ', librarian; and Ray Camp- 
bell, business manager. 



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"Sing forth the honor of His 
name." To follow this exhorta- 
tion the Asaphs assisted in the 
presentation of excerpts from 
Handel's Messiah and also 
presented an evening program. 

The officers were: president, 
W. Wallace; vice-president, 
W. Fader; secretary-treasurer, 
W. Parks. 



THIRD ROW: R. Clark, R. Hood, M. Clark, M. Bennett, G. Gribben, R. Goodnow, R. MacDonald, E. Fliger, D. 
Stahl, R. Henck, F. Parkyn, W. Winget; SECOND ROW: F. Pinkerton, P. Bowlby, R. Gibson, D. Cubie, A. Kushner, 
L. Howland, F. Debar, W. Wallace, K. Klingerman, L. LaVigne, H. Cooper, K. Alcorn; FRONT ROW: E. Shoff, 
J. McClung, D. Heckman, R. Welker, Professor Williamson, R. Gery, W. Wolfe, W. Smith, R. Freely, A. Oddo. 



Asaph Choir 



The Miriams 



THIRD ROW: E. Parsons, J. Bedell, B. Stowell, A. Washburn, C. Brickley, M. Pauli, E. Smith, S. Betts, P. Tuttle, 
R. White, L. Gibbs; SECOND ROW: E. Takala, S. Nichols, J. Schlaitzer, R. Walton, S. Dell, A. Shoff, 
O. White, E. Leasure, G. Perry, A. Griffith, A. Watts, R. Skidmore; FRONT ROW: M. Tyler, D. Young, O. 
Black, E. Gibson, Professor Williamson, I. Long, P. Peoples, M. Bradley, D. Young. 



"Make a joyful noise unto 
the Lord." Firm believers in 
these words, the Miriams as- 
sisted in the presentation of 
excerpts from Handel's Mes- 
siah, sang in neighboring 
churches, and gave a spring 
recital. 

The officers were: Marian 
Pauli, president; Evelyn Gib- 
son, secretary-treasurer; and 
Alice Jean Shoff, librarian. 




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K. YODER 
R. BAILEY 




Ambassadors 



C. WALTON 
C. KEYS 



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J. BURTON 



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Variety . . . inspiration, information, in- 
struction, advice! 

The chapel services this year furnished us 
with more than entertainment. 

Inspiring messages by the evangelists Dr. 
Powers, Rev. Morris Wilson, and Dr. Jessop 
caused us to draw nearer to Christ. Vice- 
President Phillips and Professor Rothwell gave 
us important spiritual instruction. 

President Mann included advice of spiritual 
nature in his chapel talks. A midsemester mes- 
sage to improve the use of our time in study 
and devotion. "Do it now!" 

National economy, stock market predic- 
tions, statistics for the ladies. Dr. Leonard 
Spangenberg presented an enlightening lec- 
ture on the status of our national economy. 

Oh, yes, there was Professor Tyson's mes- 
sage on "N.S.F." His Southern brogue had 
us baffled for a while but we soon learned to 
understand and appreciate. 

A year to be remembered for its valuable 
enlightening chapel services 




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DR. L M. SPANGENBERG 



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REV. JAMES E. HUNTON 
DR. HARDY C. POWERS 
REV. MORRIS WILSON 



Opening convention . . . Rev. James Hun+on 
of South Portland, Maine. Inspirational mes- 
sages from God and from the heart of the 
preacher. A good start for the school year. 

Fall revival ... Dr. Powers' heart-searching 
messages characterized by the straightfor- 
ward manner of the speaker. Practical appli- 
cation of the Gospel to everyday living. "The 
true test of religion: Does it perform the func- 
tion that it was purposed to perform?" Re- 
sults . . . souls praising God for new-found 
victory. 

Second semester . . . Opening convention 
— Rev. Morris Wilson stirred our hearts with 
the simplicity of the Gospel he preached. 
Many souls returned to our Father's house. 
Shouts of victory heard across campus. 

Spring revival . . . Dr. Harry Jessop. Gould 
Memorial Lectures and revival scenes and in- 
spiring messages by Dr. Jessop. 

Truly a year to be remembered for the 
spiritual blessings bestowed. 




DR. HARRY E. JESSOP 



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SECOND ROW: Z. Dohanian, P. Neal, K. Yoder, D. Roberts, Professor Rothwell; FRONT ROW: N. McLain, 
V. Merchant, M. Eto, H. Rickey. 



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President 


Neale McLain 


Vice-President 


Violet Merchant 


Representatives-at-large 


Mitsuko Eto, 




Paul Neal 


Senior Representative 


Faith Hathway 


Junior Representative 


Kenneth Yoder 



Sophomore Representative Zaven Dohanian 



Freshman Representative Howard Rickey 

Academy Representative Doris Roberts 

Faculty Adviser Mel-Thomas Rothwell 

ACTING OFFICERS 

Treasurer Zaven Dohanian 

Secretary Doris Roberts 



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Wednesday ... 9 p.m. . . . Room 21 . . . meeting will now come 
to order ... a fervent prayer for divine guidance . . . another Student 
Council meeting. 

Under the enterprising leadership of Neale McLain, several 
changes were affected. To permit new officers to familiarize them- 
selves with their duties before assuming office, the election of major 
officers was moved to an earlier date in the school year. 

Enthusiasm and cooperation have been the keynotes of the coun- 
cil's activities. The results were such delightful interludes as Mazie's 
parties, Mitzi's pepper-pot activities, and Ken's "student angle". 

The primary consideration of the council has been to recognize 
the responsibility of the student leaders concerning the spiritual tone 
of the college. In all activities we must have His presence; we must 
seek to glorify Him. 



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COUNCIL PROJECT 



NEALE McLAIN 
President 



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THIRD ROW: A. Brown, H. Cooper, A. Oddo, D. Wise, F. Parkyn, W. Winget, Z. Dohanian, R. Maywood, C. 
Umstead; SECOND ROW: Dean Munro, D. Jones, Professor Naylor, E. Haner, W. Blachly, R. Goodnow; FRONT 
ROW: E. Smith, R. Allen, M. Emery, B. Palmer, E. Smith, C. Bruce. 



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Editor-in-Chief 
Associate Editor 
Literary Editor 
Religious Editor 
Sports Editor 
Feature Editor 
Club Editor 
Photography Editor 



Everett Haner 

Wesley Blachly 

Ruth Allen 

Arthur Brown 

Zaven Dohanian 

Becky Palmer 

Evangeline Smith 

Eleanor W. Smith 



Personality Sketch Editor Barbara Flemming 
Statistics Editor Delbert Wise 

Staff Writers Constance Bruce, Henry 

Cooper, Marilyn Emery, Marjorie Hall, 
Violet Merchant 



Staff Photographer 
Darkroom Technician 
Staff Artist 
Staff Secretary 



Fred Parkyn 

Anthony Oddo 

Wilfred Winget 

Ruth Ackerman 



Typists Eleanor Bernard, Ruth Maywood 

Office Boy Bobby Mann 

Business Manager DeRand Jones 

Assistant Business Manager Robert Goodnow 
Advertising Manager Gene Smith 

Assistant Advertising Manager Clair Umstead 
Literary Adviser Bertha Munro 

Business Adviser J. R. Naylor 



Lists . . . pictures . . . more lists . . . write- 
ups . . . stacks of letters . . . full waste-baskets 
... a busy Nautilus staff gets under way. 

Confusion was the order of the day. At first 
it was only in our minds, but as our "green- 
ness" wore off it filled the entire room with 
photographs, copy, sketches, "dummy" sheets, 
telephone nickels, letters to prospective ad- 
vertisers, and postage stamps. The tops of 
the desks were seldom, if ever, visible despite 
bulging files. And this wasn't due to the room 
being a man's world this year! 

Through all 1 he confusion the master plan 
and keynote of the book could be detected 



only by those "in the know". Then began the 
long and arduous task of recasting write-ups 
to conform to the style of the book, choosing 
snapshots, hounding tardy staff writers, plan- 
ning lay-outs, over-working the student photo- 
grapher, "unlosing" the lost business manager 
whenever he entered the Boston maze. The 
drain on midnight oil was heavy, but eventual- 
ly the confusion was reduced to order. Dead- 
lines came and went. 

Hard work? Oh, yes! But through it all was 
the thrill of performing a task well and giving 
you, the students of E.N.C. a Nautilus that 
we think is tops! 






DERAND JONES 
Business Manager 



EVERETT HANER 
Editor-in-Chief 



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SECOND ROW: C. Bruce, L. Henry, J. Gavett, E. Bennett, J. Bardner, A. Oddo, Z. Dohanian, A. Stiefel, F. 
t>inkerton, M. Tustin, S. Dell, W. Smith; FRONT ROW: J. Bloye, M, Hall, B. Palmer, S. Wool, Professor Spangen- 
berg, L. Mullen, E. Smith, R. Allen, C. Keys, C. DeRemer, E. Home. 



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Editor-in-Chief 
Associate Editor 
Feature Editor 
Religious Editor 
Makeup Editor 
Sports Editors 
Columnists 



Laurence Mullen 

Evangeline Smith 

Ruth Allen 

Albert Stiefel 

Marjorie Hall 

Eileen Albright, Steve Wool 

3ecky Palmer, Neale McLain 



Reporters Ruth Ackerman, Betty Bennett, 
Jean Bloye, Connie Bruce, Zaven Dohanian, 
Ruth Oxley, Franklin Pinkerton, Elaine Ran- 
som, Janet Schlaitzer, Mary Stotler, Mabel 
Tustin 



Business Manager 
Assistant Manager 
Secretary 
Artist 

Photographer 
Typists Shirley Del 

Home, Wilma Smith 



Kenneth Yoder 

Russell Bailey 

Janice Gavett 

Linwood Henry 

Anthony Oddo 

Elsie Hilyard, Eileen 



Faculty Adviser Professor Alice Spangenberg 



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Camera is out! The shout echoes down the halls of Munro Hall, 
the Mansion, or Memorial Hall and is soon followed by oh's and ah's 
of appreciation and bursts of laughter. 

The Campus Camera staff relaxes. Business manager Ken Yoder 
with his assistants is still getting the papers out, but editor Larry 
Mullen has gone to bed early to get a full night's rest for once. 
Another Camera is out and there is yet a week before the next dead- 
line with its headaches and frantic, last-minute checks. 

Monday was our planning night. This year the Campus Camera 

was connected with a new I -hour journalism class, College News 
Practice. With Professor Spangenberg, our faculty adviser, the staff 
discussed the Camera plans and learned to be better journalists. 
(We hope!) 

Another new feature this year was the "Hats Off" column. It 
proved a success and we came to like our little man so politely tip- 
ping his derby. "The Council Chamber" was another new column 
written by Student Council president Neale McLain. 



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Editor-in-Chief 



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FLOYD JOHN 
Editor 



While searching for a theme, our 1949 
Green Book staff mentally dug into the minds 
of the freshman class. There we found one ele- 
ment common to every student, the desire to 
discover God's truth. We envisioned this 
common element in the personage of the 
Forty-niner and made this hardy individual 
the theme of our Green Book. The staff felt 
that we freshmen are Christian forty-niners, 
miners of God's truth. In this role, it is our 
duty and desire to dig God's truth from 
among the deceiving "fool's gold" of false 
doctrines and to give the pure metal to the 
poverty-stricken world. We have our tools, 
the map of God's Word and the shovel of 
prayer; now we're staking our claims in 
Christian learning. 

The Green Book was dedicated to Miriam 
Park, a Christian pioneer who has found God's 
gold and longs to give her wealth to those in 
other lands. 



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SECOND ROW: E. Hilyard, W. McClung, F. John, B. Robinson, A. Seamans, A. Oddo, C. Brodhead, R. Walton; 
FRONT ROW: R. Friend, M. Oney, N. Reed, M. Brown, S. Jones, G. Perry, O. White. 




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SECOND ROW: C. Keys, D. Retter, P. Lockhart, H. Parry, L. Watkins, F. Domingues; FRONT ROW: J. Giles, 
M. Jones, E. Albright, Professor Naylor, N. Vidt, M. Emery. 



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Basketball referees from "outside", up-to- 
date engraving on all athletic trophies, and a 
growing "Automatic Scoreboard Fund" bore 
able witness to an active "N" Club. This pro- 
gram was financed by the sale of basketball 
season tickets. 

Membership is by election on the basis of 
athletic ability, sportsmanship, teamwork, and 
character. A minimum of three semesters at 
E.N.C. is also required. 

This year the club functioned under the 
leadership of Clifford Keys, president; Eileen 
Albright, vice-president; Nelda Vidt, sec- 
retary; and Frank Domingues, treasurer. 




CLIFFORD KEYS 
President 



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ROBERT JONES 
President 



Rush Day — "Get on the Beam" . . . fog- 
horn . . . and fifty-five new students came in 
"on the beam" to the haven provided by the 
Delta lighthouse. Did you see John Bruce 
making that foghorn fog? 

President Bob Jones kept the society spirit 
at a high level despite the dearth of football 
talent. He was ably aided by "the man 
with the beard" — Harvey Nicholson. 

Impresario Paul Lick showed us another 
facet of the versatile Deltas — ■ has anyone 
seen Mr. Balogh? 

And those spirited Delta girls — can't you 
still hear them? 



Come on, gold! 
Come on, blue! 
Raise that score — 
We're back of you! 



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The ambitious Kappas returned to the campus 
last September full of their usual evident enthusiasm 
and society spirit. Rush Day plans received their 
immediate attention. 

The Kappa Rush Day booth, a real, "live" bandr 
wagon, sparkled with originality and talent. The 
siren notes of the band (when it could be heard) 
attracted as a reward for their efforts 55 new 
students. 

As a versatile, talented, and spirited group, the 
Kappas were a real challenge in all fields of activity. 
Outstanding in sports, graced by talent and right- 
eous zeal, the Kappas can proudly shout, 

Smiles — loss or victory, 
Dear Kappas, hail! 




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CLIFFORD KEYS 
President 



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President 



. Now is the 
hour to join the Sigmas. Keep in step with 
E.N.C.'s activities by stepping up to the 
cuckoo clock and punching your time card 
with the Sigma Society . . . Rush Day. . . . 
Well rounded athletic program . . . out- 
ings . . . Friday night program ... all these 
contributed to uncovering, developing, and 
employing the physical, mental, and spiritual 
talents of over a hundred E.N.C.ers. 

Highlights of the year were Mrs. Lewis as 
the schoolmarm of "Satire on a Country 
School", the Sigma-sponsored after-dinner 
prayer meetings under chaplain Bill Varian, 
and — oh yes! — Ichabod advising the se- 
cond-semester students, "Handsome or Other- 
wise, Join the Sigmas." 



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"All aboard the Zeta Express, non-stop to 
success" was our initial call to action this 
year. Amidst the clamor of voices and ring- 
ing of bells many new students climbed aboard 
the Green and Gold Express. New horizons 
of intellectuality, spirituality, and sociability 
were scanned. 

Committee meetings, scripts, casts, last 
minute changes, and rehearsals all went into 
our annual society program, which was en- 
titled, "An Album of Autumn Love". The 
boys' football team came thru with a no-lose 
record. A handsome coat-of-arms, stamped 
on certificates of membership, was presented 
to each member. "Heave! ! — Ho! !" were 
familiar sounds on the spring boat trip — - 
mostly "Heaves"! ! 

Yes, the Zetas witnessed another interest- 
packed year at E.N.C. 




EDWARD THOMPSON 
President 



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SECOND ROW: B. Najarian, A. Stiefel, H. Cooper, B. Grant, R. Smith, M. Primrose, C. Brown, F. Hathaway, 
R. McGill, E. Gardner; FRONT ROW: E. Colby, C. Gardner, E. Smith, V. Balwit, Dean Munro, N. Newton, M. 
Park, E. Smith, R. Allen, E. Witmer. 



HONOR 
SOCIETY 




"For the kingdom of heaven is as a man 
travelling into a far country, who called his 
own servants, and delivered unto them his 
goods. And unto one he gave five talents, 
to another two, and to another one; to every 
man according to his several ability; and 
straightway took his journey. 

"Then he that had received the five talents 
went and traded with the same, and made 
them other five talents. And likewise he that 
had received two, he also gained two . . . 

"After a long time the lord of those serv- 
ants cometh, and reckoneth with them . . . 

"And he said, 'Well done, good and faith- 
ful servant: thou hast been faithful over a 
few things; I will make thee ruler over many 
things." 



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"Conscience — what is it?" 

Characteristic of "The Think- 
ers" were their questioning 
attitude, their insatiable curi- 
osity, and their never-ending 
quest for truth. 

To help encourage more 
persistent and correct thinking 
about life's true values, club 
members presented their orig- 
inal analyses of philosophical 
problems. 

Activities were directed by 
George Teague, president; Paul 
Bartch, vice-president; and 
Ronald Bula, secretary-treas- 
urer. 





SECOND ROW: J. Bruce, F. John, N. McLain, E. Fiiger, E. Haner, R. Hutcheon, B. Najarian; FRONT ROW: 
L. Mullen, R. Bula, G. Teague, Professor Rothwell, P. Bartch, C. DeRemer. 



Bowne Philosophical Society 



Music Club 



THIRD ROW: J. Parker, D. Heckman, D. Lockhart, R. Welker, G. Gribben, F. Debar, R. Gery, L. Henry, 
C. Brodhead; SECOND ROW: B. Douglas, M. Kierstead, D. Reinhart, L. Gilmore, R. Bailey, A. Shoff, L. Gibbs, 
A. Watts, P. Yamada; FRONT ROW: E. Bigelow, J. McClung, E. Smith, Professor Cove, Professor Williamson, 
E. Shoff, B. Hudon O. White. 





A talent program ... in- 
terpretation of Handel's "Mes- 
siah" ... a musical quiz pro- 
gram — these were activities 
participated in by E. N. C.'s 
up-and-coming Farnsworths and 
Baloghs, who strove to be 
good listeners and critics as 
well as performers. Activities 
were directed by Eleanor F. 
Smith, president; Emily Bige- 
low, vice-president; Jack Mc- 
Clung, secretary; and Edward 
Shoff, treasurer. 




SECOND ROW: G. Trivett, W. Wallace, D. Hilkert, A. Seamans, D. Jones, J. Graves, K. Hill, C. Eisenbise, 
J. Bricker; FRONT ROW: J. Scott, R. Bruce, S, Wool, R. Woodward, Professor Lunn, E. Smith, F. VanWinkle, 
E. Henck, M. Tyler. 

Historical Society 



Keenly interested in current 
events, the History club con- 
ducted a timely open forum on 
presidential possibilities just 
before the November election. 
Special interest in Revolution- 
ary history led the group to 
visit Boston's historical shrines. 
Activities were directed by 
Eleanor W. Smith, president; 
Robert Woodward, vice-presi- 
dent; and Steve Wool, secre- 
tary-treasurer. 





Stern schoolmarms and 
schoolmasters of tomorrow be- 
haved in quite un-pedagogical 
fashion at their hilarious fall 
social. 

The group this year pro- 
duced a recorded script for 
the film entitled "Student 
Teacher Training at E. N. C." 

Activities were directed by 
Franklin Pinkerton, president; 
Violet Balwit, vice-president; 
Dorothy Young, secretary; and 
Benjamin Sta hi, treasurer. 



Future Teachers' Association 

FOURTH ROW: V. Balwit, M. Ewing, F. Pinkerton, W. Caldwell, J. McClung, P. Basham, B. Stahl, J. Wortham, 
R. Campbell, R. Hood, G. Hilgar, J. Bricker, W. Wolfe, D. MacCallum, M. Carnobas; THIRD ROW: N. 
Newton, H. Schindler, E. Wray, M. Dickenson, P. Keith, P. McKenney, M. Staples, A. Kinney, M. Groves, 
B. Boozell, I. Long, B. Feil, Professor Parsons, Professor Groves, S. Hill, P. MacPherson, B. Christensen, 
M. Maybury, L. McGill, L. Tokarski, O. Black, A. Merritts, E. Witmer; SECOND ROW: L. Anderson, B. Naylor, 
J. Brake, Lorna Allen, Doris Young; FRONT ROW: M. Eto, D. Mulgrew, D. Young, F. Miller, B. Gracey, 
F. Rogers, C. Bruce, W. Huber, R. McGill, M. Musnug, A. Watts, M. Merchant. 




"Surgery . . . surgery." 
Especially interested in ex- 
pressing and gratifying their 
interest in subjects dealing 
with the medical profession, 
the future "docs" viewed mov- 
ies on malaria and amputation. 
The group also corresponded 
with a large number of med- 
ical schools. 

Officers were Joe Songer, 
president; William Lusk, vice- 
president; and Carroll Ginter, 
secretary. 





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SECOND ROW: A. Neal, E. Thompson, R. Campbell, W. Mikulec, T. Steffens, R. MacDonald, J. Graves, 
A. Mcllwain, A. Oddo, W. Smith, P. Gray; FRONT ROW: H. Gavel, A. Esselstyn, C. Ginter, J. Songer, W. 
Lusk, D. Darsch, G. Wagstaff, E. Ramsey, J. Haight, W. Goff, R. Jackson. 

Societas Prae-Medica 



American Nature Study Society 

FOURTH ROW: B. Gracey, J. Gavitt, W. Tibbetts, D. Wise, D. Darsch, H. Nicholson, R. Hood, R. MacDonald, 
R. Knepper, J. Babcock, W. McClung, J. Gardiner, F. Huna, P. Lick, E. Thompson, J. Stanton; THIRD ROW: 
F. Rogers, B. Christensen, G, Oddo, R. Grosse, C. Ginter, C. Haselton, A. Oddo, G. Mann, C. Keys, N. 
Copeland, N. Beach, G. Wagstaff, C. Brickley, G. Crawford, L. Andrews, J. Haight, E. Ramsey, C. Hill; 
SECOND ROW: E. Gibson, E. Gardiner, R. McGill, W. James, G. Hilgar, W. Huber, Professor Babcock, J. 
Songer, M. Tustin, M. Jones, P. Basham, F. Pinkerton, E. Croucher, R. Maywood, S. Hunt; FRONT ROW: 
D. Mulgrew, B. Gardiner, R. Oxley, H. Gavel, M. Oney, V. Sumner, M. Sova, H. Schindler, R. Tustin, B. 
Herrington, I. Leasure, R. Skidmore, I. Long, D. Young. 








Labeling campus trees, de- 
veloping nature trails in the 
Blue Hills, and making ana- 
tomical charts and models 
were projects of E. N. C.'s 
newly organized chapter of 
the American Nature Study 
Society. 

The enthusiastic group, led 
by Joe Songer, effectively 
combined both recreation and 
education in nature study. 
Other officers were Mabel Tus- 
tin, vice-president; Wilda Hu- 
ber, secretary; and Gilbert 
Hilgar, treasurer. 




Purchasing Shakespeare and 
poetry records, viewing con- 
temporary literature as inter- 
pretative of modern sociolog- 
ical, psychological and philo- 
sophical problems, and keep- 
ing the bulletin board filled 
with timely items were activi- 
ties of the Literature Club, 
as well as a pilgrimage to 
local literary shrines. 

The club was led by Phoebe 
Peoples, president; Ruth Allen, 
vice-president; Frances Dor- 
sett, secretary-treasurer; and 
Becky Palmer, program chair- 
man. 





THIRD ROW: M. Dickinson, M. Park, P. McKenney, W. Wolfe, D. Cubie, R. Forbush, R. Lutz, K. Klingerman, 
A. Kinney, C. Gardiner E. Smith; SECOND ROW: V. Roberts, J. Brake, M. Weston, Professor Spangenberg, 
Dean Munro, P. Peoples, R. Allen, F. Dorsett, R. Palmer, C. Bruce, B. Flemming. 



Literature Club 



Las Estrellas 



THIRD ROW: R. Walton, S. Betts, R. Gibson, G. Rice, J. Parker, P. Gilmore, R. Montgomery, A. Neal, 
A. Kimble, W. Park, L. Prosperi, E. Home, J. Lefever, N. Clifton; SECOND ROW: M. Carnobas, R. Acker- 
man, E. Hilyard, M. Burdett, G. Ashley, L. Pickens, D. Kelley, B. Dammes, V. Bailey, M. Brown, H. Shelley, 
G. Pratt, C. Keith, M. Williams, E. Witmer; FRONT ROW: E. Emery, A. Griffith, B. Taylor, V. Balwit, M. 
Ewing, S. Morales, Professor Rothwell, R. Barrueto, H. Rickev, W. Holloway, H. Weller, M. Musnug, C. Randall. 





The stars shone especially 
bright this year because of 
two club members, president 
Richard Barrueto, Guatemala, 
and vice-president Sarah Mo- 
rales, Puerto Rico, who effec- 
tively demonstrated everyday 
and holiday customs of our 
friends "south of the border". 
Among other activities, mem- 
bers listened to recordings of 
Mexican music and viewed 
slides of Mexico. 

Other officers were Mary 
Jane Ewing, secretary, and 
Howard Rickey, treasurer. 



...... 




White mice . . . black magic 
. . . hypnotism . . . Who will 
forget president Walter Grae- 
flin's antics under Dr. Shields' 
mystic spell? 

A trip to the state mental 
institution at Danvers was con- 
ducted in connection with the 
club's study of abnormal in- 
dividuals. 

Officers were: Walter Grae- 
flin, president; Martha May- 
bury, vice-president; Ruby 
Friend, secretary; and Bernice 
Boozell, treasurer. 



THIRD ROW: R. Haymaker, E. Libby, B. Stowell, J. Watts, H. Smith, D. Stahl, R. Christensen, D. Hays, 
J. Bedell, B. Christensen, D. DeMott; SECOND ROW: E. Wray, B. Feil, L. Anderson, F. Dobson, L. Tokarski, 
T. Shuman, B. Boozell, C. Dodson, R. Martin, E. Takala, R. Takala; FRONT ROW: H. Nease, P. MacPherson, 
P. Neal, R. Friend, Professor Shields, Professor Groves, W. Graeflin, M. Maybury, A. Calhoun, J. Delp. 



Psychology Club 




Rover Crew 




The Rover Crew — E. N. C.'s 
busiest boys — this year 
concentrated on scoutmaster 
training and development of 
nature study and nature trails 
in the area of the Blue Hills 
cabin built last year. 

The program of scout lead- 
ership, led by Professor Bab- 
cock and Mates Delbert Wise, 
Joe Songer, and Harvey Nich- 
olson, effectively combined 
work and recreation. 



THIRD ROW: P. Lick, F. Gray, E. Thompson, D. Stahl, C. DeRemer, P. Lockhart, R. Hood, J. Babcock, D. 
Darsch; SECOND ROW: F. Pinkerton, C. Keys, J. Gardner, G. Hilgar, F. John, P. Bergers, D. Williams, 

C. Ginter, D. Hays; FRONT ROW: C. Haneline, K. Clingerman, M. Lineman, J. Songer, Professor Babcock, 

D. Wise, H. Nicholson, P. Basham, A. Oddo. 





Very real chills crept down 
many backs when the Speech 
Club portrayed vividly Dickens' 
Christmas Carol at the stu- 
dent-body Christmas party. 

Another outstanding club 
activity was a heated debate 
on "Resolved: that Sigma Del- 
ta societies be abolished". 
Deadlock was the outcome. 

William Varian, president; 
Marion Kish, vice-president; 
and Marion Pauli, secretary- 
treasurer, were the officers. 



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THIRD ROW: B. Berry, R. Long, D. Williams, H. Long, F. Parkyn, M. Bennett, V. Carr, B. Stahl, W. Winget, 
R. Clark, W. Smith, R. Schemerhorn, A. Stiefel, G. Smith, M. Smith; SECOND ROW: S. Dell, J. Schlaitzer, 
S. Nichols, M. Gates, M. Haselkamp, E. Bennett, M. Brigham, R. Specht, E. Stephey, M. Groves, R. Shelby, 
P. Tuttle, M. Myers, F. Jordick, A. Washburn, L. Gray; FRONT ROW: B. Chalfant, V. Masters, A. Ward, 
C. Rogers, E. Parsons, W. Varian, Professor Dygoski, M. Kish, M. Pauli, M. Brown, V. Merchant, L. McGill, 
N. Reed, M. Bradley. 



Speech Club 





Busily efficient were presi- 
dent Alverda Kinney and her 
House Council as they main- 
tained quiet study hours by an 
effective monitor system, and 
arranged inspirational after- 
dinner prayer-meetings. 

Open House — spotless 
rooms, prize-winners all. Did 
anyone have fond memories of 
the Cardboard Palace as he 
walked through Memorial Hall? 

A Mother-Daughter Banquet 
brought the girls together in 
a hilarious, "man-less" party 
in the dining hall. "'Mother" 
Williamson won the blue rib- 
bon! 



House Council 



SECOND ROW: F. Pinkerton, C. Hill, Z. Dohanian, M. Joy, J. Gardiner, L. Andrews, M. Weston; FRONT 
ROW: G. Gribben, E. Stephey, A. Kinney, B. Christensen, N. Vidt, C. Rogers, A. Washburn. 





SECOND ROW: R. Christenson, P. Bowlby, F. DeBar, B. Himes, L. LaVigne; FRONT ROW: H. Wells, N. 
N. Beach, M. Groves, G. Larkin, E. Fliger, H. Cocper. 



Band 




Enthusiastic Greg Larkin led 
his 38 orchestra members and 
33 band members in one of 
E. N. C.'s most active musical 
years. In addition to good 
practice, these two musical 
organizations offer a construc- 
tive outlet for excess energy. 

The orchestra, which made 
its debut at the fall revival, 
appeared also in the Messiah 
and a spring concert. 

Peppy marches played by 
the band boosted healthy 
spirit at society sports events. 



Orchestra 



SECOND ROW: B. Robinson, J. Bruce, R. Clark, P. Bowlby, J. Parker, R. Barrueto; FRONT ROW: H. Wells, 
N. Beach, M. Groves, G. Larkin, E. Flieger, H. Cooper. 



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DELTA 



SECOND ROW: G. Brown, W. Erbe, F. John, 
P. Wilbur, M. Joy; FRONT ROW: G. Mann, 
R. MacDonald, F. De3ar, P. Gilmore, H. 
Nicholson, M. Clark, J. Noftle. 



KAPPA 



SECOND ROW: C. Cunningham, J. Donley, 
L. Howland, C. Haneline, R. Gery, F. Parkyn, 
J. Parker, A. Pearsall; FRONT ROW: R. Berry, 
G. Gribben, K. Hill, C. Keys, A. McClung, 
R. Williams, J. Songer, C. Umstead, F. Gray. 



SIGMA 



SECOND ROW: C. Brodhead, L. Watkins, J. 
Babcock, G. Bryner, H. Long; FRONT ROW: 
E. Shoff, J. Graves, G. Rice, H. Darling, W. 
Varian, A. tvlcllwain, C. Bradley. 



ZETA 



SECOND ROW: H. Parry, Z. Dohanian, H. 
Brooks, W. Caldwell, F. Domingues, J. Scott; 
FRONT ROW: J. Gardiner, S. Brooks, J. 
Newell, R. Bailey, M. Lineman, P. Lockhart, 
D. Retter. 



BALL 



The football season had more than its share 
of thrills and excitement as the four societies 
battled it out for top honors. Much outstand- 
ing talent was exhibited with many new stu- 
dents adding to the fine brand of play. 

The fighting Zetas strode conclusively to 
their second consecutive championship by 
overrunning the opposition for seven victories 
and no defeats. The Green and Gold had too 
much experience, too much depth in reserves, 
and too much scoring punch to be beaten. 

The crashing Kappas lacked the necessary 
experience but had enough talent to finish 
second. Relying mainly on passing plays, the 
Blue and White won four but succumbed 
thrice to the Zetas. 

The struggling Sigmas held together long 
enough to nose out the Deltas for third place. 
The Red and Black, by dint of their efficient 
teamwork pushed the top teams to the limit. 

The spunky Deltas had the material but 
lacked the necessary leadership to do much 
damage. For their only victory the Black and 
Gold decisively defeated the Sigmas but 
couldn't stand up against the other teams. 



FINAL STANDING 



Zetas 
Kappas 
Sigmas 
Deltas 



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CARROLL BRADLEY 
Student Athletic Director 




WHAT A BOOT! 



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DELTA 



VOLLEY 



SECOND ROW: O. White, M. Tustin, M. Hazelkamp, N. Beach, 
Clifton, V. Bailey, K. Stewart. 



With many newcomers teaming with the 
"veterans", there was plenty of action in the 
girls' volleyball games. Evenly matched teams 
made tension high in each exciting tilt. 

The Deltas were led by that able "mighty 
mite", Eileen Albright. Some of the mem- 
bers of her efficient playmaking sguad were 
Aleda Watts, Nelda Vidt, Claudine Gardiner, 
and Wilma Smith. 

The Sigmas were led by newcomer Ruby 
Friend who produced a hard-to-beat combina- 
tion. Norma Faye Beach, Muriel Weston, and 
Mabel Tustin aided the Sigma cause with their 
efficient performances. 



R. Friend; FRONT ROW: L. McSill, N. 




SIGMA 



KAPPA 




SECOND ROW: R. White, I.. Allen, B. Herrington; FRONT ROW: M. Jones, J. Giles, P. Myers. 
E Smith. 



The Kappas found if hard to get started 
but stuck it out by producing some stiff op- 
position to the other teams. The Blue and 
White were fortified by Elaine Parsons, Mar- 
tha Maybury, Helen Nease, and Dolores 
Mulgrew. 

The Zetas, under the masterful direction of 
Janice Giles, showed that they could hold 
their own with steady, deliberate playing even 
in the tight contests. Other team members 
included Martha Jones, Peggy Myers, Lorna 
Allen, and Eloise Darling. 



BALL 



ZETA 




A 




BASKE1 



DELTA 



SECOND ROW: R. Clark, R. Goodnov 
Donald, M. Clark. 




L. Bailey, A. Watts, W. Smith 



F. DeEar, R. Jackson; FRONT ROW: W. Melvin, F. John, R. Mac- 

The Deltas had more strength this year, but they 
lacked a scoring punch. Through just plain grit they 
were able to keep up with the opposition for half 
the game, but lack of down-the-stretch drive was 
+heir undoing. 

The consistent scoring by center Bob MacDonald 
and the masterful floor work of Floyd John kept 
them from being push-overs. 

Other members of coach Cliff Walton's squad 
were Milton Clark, Bob Clark, Bill Melvin, Don 
"Hoopy" Reed, Bob Jackson, Frank DeBar, and 
Harvey Nicholson. 

The Delta girls, once they hit their stride, were 
tough competition. Player-coach Eileen Albright 
used all her girls liberally. Using some girls as both 
guards and forwards kept the opposition guessing. 

The members of this well-rounded team, which 
had plenty of new plays and effective passing, were 
Nelda Vidt, Doris Young, Aleda Watts, Anita 
White, Lois Bailey, Marion Pauli, Roberta Walton, 
and Wilma Smith. 

SECOND ROW: R. Walton, M. Pauli, W. Smith, A. Watts; FRONT ROW: D. Young, L. Bailey, E. Albright.N. Vidt. 




BALL 



KAPPA 




SECOND ROW: C. Hersey, A. 
ningham, W. .McCljng, H. Rickey, 



Pearsall, L. Howland, A. Black, S. 
J. Donley, J. Parker. 



Wool, Coach; FRONT ROW: C. Cun- 




E. Smith, E. Parsons, M. Brigham, H. Schindler, J. Hall 



SECOND ROW: E. Gardiner, L, Ai-Jerson 
Schindler, R. Oxley, E. Parsons, M. Br-gham. 



Coach Steve Wool's Kappas started five fresh- 
men who displayed speed, tricky ball-handling, and 
fancy shooting. Good co-ordination marked them 
as competitive material. 

Under the stellar leadership of captain Howard 
Rickey and Jack Donley, the Blue and White was 
one of the better teams in spite of their "green" 
touch. 

Holding down the other starting berths were 
Ray Gery, Joe Parker, and Dick Berry, who was 
later replaced by Bill McClung. 

The Kappas had plenty of reserves. They were 
Andy "Roughhouse" Black, Chuck Cunningham, 
Alan Pearsali, LeRoy Howland. 

The Kappa lassies, with just three veteran regulars 
and a group of newcomers, did a fair job on the 
court. They, showed a lot of feminine spunk. 

Captain Margie Kierstead combined with Elaine 
Parsons, Betty Gracey and Lois Anderson in the for- 
ward positions. At guard were Helen Schindler, 
Margie Bradley and Eleanor Smith with Elinor 
Gardiner, Muriel Brigham, and Ruth Oxley in 
reserve. 

M. Bradley, M. Emery, B. Gracey; FRONT ROW: E. Smith, 





BASKE1 



SIGMA 



SECOND ROW: W. Graeflin, L. Wafkins, J. Graves, H. Darling; FRONT ROW: C. Brodhead, C. Bradley, 
W. Varian. 




V. Bailey, O. White, M. Brown, L. Andrews 



The Sigma Sams were a surprising outfit. With 
only one outstanding player they still managed to 
stay in the hair of the Zetas and the Kappas. With 
just plain good old American fight, the Red and 
Black pressed the top teams to the limit. 

The first five were captain Carroll Bradley, Larry 
Watkins, Bill Varian, Chuck Brodhead, and Ed Shoff. 
In reserve were Walter Graeflin, Chuck Eisenbise, 
Harold Long, Jim Graves, and Bill Parks. 

The Sigma Sallies had as much fight as the Sigma 
Sams and they also had a more successful team. 
Good teamwork and height aided the Sallies as 
they battled under captain Ruby Friend. 

The starting team had Vera Bailley, Marie Hazel- 
kamp, and Norma Faye Beach as forwards and Ruby 
Friend, Alice Jean Shoff, and Naomi Clifton as 
guards. 

The reserves were Naomi Newton, Grace Oddo, 
Olive White, and Kipp Stewart. 



SECOND ROW: O. White, M. Tustin, N. Beach, A. Shoff, V. Bailey; FRONT ROW: L. McGill, R. Friend, 
K. Stewart, N. Clifton. 




1ALL 



ZETA 




SECOND ROW: 
L. Dohanian. 



H. BrooKS, J. Gardiner, D. Retter, H. Parry; FRONT ROW: F. Domingues, S. Brooks, 



The Zeta team of last year was all back — plus 
height in the persons of John Scott and Stan "Big 
Mitts" Brooks. Experience and ability made this 
group the team to beat. 

Led by the resourceful Harold "Pops" Parry, the 
Green and Gold displayed a cool co-ordination 
which brought them through even the tightest 
games. 

The starting team consisted of Howard Brooks, 
Frank Domingues, John Scott, Don Retter, and 
"Pops" Parry. The subs were Stanley Brooks, Zaven 
Dohanian, John Gardiner, Russ Bailey, and Bill Cald- 
well. 

The Zeta girls, minus all their veteran forwards, 
relied mostly on their superb defense. 

Capable Janice Giles captained the Green and 
Gold girls. New blood dominated the offense with 
Belle Christensen, Peggy Myers, and Lorna Allen 
as forwards. With Janice Giles, Martha Jones, 
Vangie Smith, and newcomer Eloise Darling the 
Zetas easily had the best guard combination in the 
league. 

SECOND ROW: P. Myers, R. White, L. Allen, M. Jones; FRONT ROW: B. Christensen, J. Giles, M. Burdett 





A 




SECOND ROW: H. Brooks, J. Donley, H. Parry, L. Watkins, S. Wuoi; FRONT ROW: F. Domingues, D. Retter, 
H. Rickey, R. MacDonald, C. Bradley. 



ALL STAR BASKETBALL 




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David Abel 

Douglas Alexander 
Richard Allison 
Pearl Armstrong 



Geraldine Ashley 
John Babcock 
Vera Bailey 

Lincoln Balcom 



Maxwell Bennett 
Richard Berry 
Stella Betts 
Andrew Black 



Jean Bloye 

Charles Bourne 
Paul Bowlby 

Marjorie Bradley 



Ralph Brewster 
Kathryn Brickby 
Sara'i Erickley 
Muriel Brigham 



Charles Brodhead 
Marion Brown 
Paul Brown 
Marion Eruce 



Jean Bryan 
Gene Bryner 
Larry Bunts 
Mabel Burnite 



Betty Chalfant 
Belle Christensen 
Robert Christensen 
Robert Clark 



Naomi Clifton 
Paul Cole 

Norman Copeland 
Gloria Crawford 





Eloise Darling 
Frank DeBar 
Shirley Dell 

Dolores DeMott 



Millie Desjardine 
Raymond Dinsmore 
Carol Dobson 

Florabelle Dodson 



John Donley 
James Duncan 
Pauline Elliott 
Edith Emery 



Wesley Erbe 
Wesley Fader 
Wendell Gallup 
Beulah Gardner 



Mildred Gates 
Janice Gavette 
Ray Gery 
Lillian Gibbs 



Laura Gilmore 
William Goff 
James Graves 
Fred Gray 



Audrey Greenfield 
George Gribben 
Anna Griffith 
Joan Haight 



Jean Hall 

Catherine Hance 
Calvin Haneline 
Austin Harris 



Marie Haselkamp 
Charles Haselton 
Ruth Haymaker 
David Hays 



Donald Heckman 
Eunice Henck 
Roy Henck 

Donald Hennen 






Linwood Henry 
Clifford Hersey 
Victor Heurlin 
Esther Hicks 



Dale Hilkert 
Kenneth Hill 
Frank Hiltz 
Elsie Hilyard 



John Holstead 
Eileen Home 

Barbara Hudon 
Frede ick Huna 



Shirley Hunt 
Roy Hutcheon 
Lloyd Jewett 
Floyd John 



Norma Johnson 
Sally Jones 
Firl Jordick 
Clara Keith 



Doris Ke!ly 

Margaret Kemner 
Ma-jorie Kierstead 
Arthur Kimble 




Ralph Knepper 
Allard Kuschner 
Freda Lau 

Leon LaVigne 



Erma Leasure 

Donald Lockhart 
Harold Long 
Russell Long 




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Frederick Lorenz 
Robert MacDonald 
Alton McClung 
Lois McGill 



George Mann 
Rose Martin 
Velma Masters 
Ruth Maywood 



William Mikulec 
Marjorie Miller 

Robert Montgomery 
Donald Morris 



Janice Murdock 
Margaret Myers 
Georgs Nakamoto 
Alden Neal 



Shirley Nichols 
John Noftle 
Anthony Oddo 
Mary Oney 



Joseph Parker 
Wayne Parks 

Frederick Parkyn 
Elaine Parsons 



Marion Pauli 
Emily Payne 
Grace Perry 
Clifford Peryea 



Gloria Pratt 
Lloyd Prosper! 
Carol Randall 
Nancy Reed 



Harry Rich 

Marjorie Richards 
Howard Rickey 
Margaret Robb 



Bradford Robinson 
Floyd Rugg 

Robert Sampson 
Lawson Saunders 



Marcja et Schlosser 
Jean Scott 

Arthur Seamans 
Helena Shelley 



Alice Shoff 
Edward Shoff 
Elaine Smith 
Gene Smith 



Marjorie Smith 
Wilfred Smith 
Wilma Smith 
Marilyn Sova 



Donald Stahl 
Joyce Stanton 
Marilyn Staples 
Timothy Steffens 



Wesley Stincon 
Virginia Sumner 
Garnef Trivett 
Ruth Tustin 



Phyllis Tuttle 
Norma Wagner 
Roberta Walton 
Charlotte Wayman 



Richard Wellter 
Cvive White 

Muriel Faye Williams 
Wilfred Winger 



Oakley Woodward 
James Wortham 
Elsie Wray 

Doris A. Young 





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Arthur Allen 
Lois Anderson 
David Andrews 
Lois Andrews 
Russell Bailey 



Ricardo Barrueto 
Paul Bartch 
Norma Beach 
Betty Bennett 
Emily Bigelow 



Gloma Braclcett 
Carroll Bradley 
Jeanette Brake 
John Bricker 
Howard Brooks 



John Bruce 
Mary Burdett 
John Burton 

Ardith Calhoun 
James Cameron 



Miriam Carnobas 
Victor Carr 

Robert Charlton 
John Checkley 
Milton Clark 





Edward Cramer 

Elizabeth Croucher 
Cloyce Cunningham 



Donald Davis 
Jean Delp 
Zaven Dohanian 



Charles Eisenbise 
Anne Esselstyn 
Beulah Feil 




Eddie Fliger 
Ruby Friend 
Theona Fry 
John Gardner 
Hazel Gavel 



Carlton Gleason 
George Goodwin 
Walter Graeflin 
Greene Max 
Robert Grosse 



Deane Hardy 

Beverly H3rring!on 
Warren Holloway 
Russell Hood 
Robert Ingland 



Marvin Joy 
Pauline KeiHi 
Jane Lefever 
Paul Lick 

Gardner McCjbe 



Priscilla MacPherson 
Agnes Matheson 
Sarah Morales 
Leona Morris 

Dolores Mulgrew 



Marie Musnug 
Helen Nease 

Harvey Nicholson 



Grace Oddo 
Ruth Oxley 
William Parks 



Richard Phelps 
Laura Pickens 
Mary Remmy 




Donald Re+ter 
Gene Rice 

Helen Schindler 
Janet Schlaitzer 
John Scott 



Thelma Shuman 

Rebecca Skidmore 
Evangeline Smith 
Hadley Smifh 

Richard Smith 



Joseph Songer 
Ruth Specht 
Philip Storey 
Eeverly Stowell 
Elaine Takala 



Ruth Takala 
Gloria Thomas 
Martha Tyler 
Clair Umstead 

Florence Van Winkle 



William Varian 
Nelda Vidt 

Lynette Wagner 
Gilda Wagstaff 
William Wallace 





Alma Washburn 
Aleda Watts 
June Watts 



Howard Wells 
Robert Whitney 
Dean Williams 



Delbert Wise 

Robert Woodward 
Steven Wool 










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80 



Lorna Allen 

Fastidious . . . proud aunt . 



. . shining tresses . . . sincere. 



Ernest Bailey 

Former Gordon and Colby student . 



. . minister . . . violinist. 



Ruth Allen 

Of a ready mind . 



. expeditious . . . diminutive. 



Paul Basham 

Nature boy . . . exemplary . 



missionary zea 



Alexander Ardrey 

Sandy . . . preacher . . . family man 
of the best edition. 



a Christian 



June Bauer 

Good-hearied 



industrious . . . casual. 





Paul Bergers 

Refreshing retirement . . . originality . . . depth. 



Paul Black 

"Lord, thy will be done' 



Wesley Blachly 

"Greyhound" . . . chronic tease ... a life without blame. 



Dorothy Blauser 

Rosy . . . artistic . 



. "I'll do what I can' 



Ollie Black 

Effervescent . . . sincerely appreciative . . . personality 
. radiates Christ. 



Bernice Boozell 

Tenacious . . . courageous . . . joy in living. 




Betty Christensen 

Jolly . . . artistic . . . feminine . . . Christian. 



Lowell Crutcher 

Quiet . . . thoughtful . . . proud parent. 



Margaret Clifford 

Secluded . . . ready answer 



. faithful nurse. 



Colleen Brown 

Study monitor, "Sh" . . . industrious . . . winsome smile. 



Ronald Bula 

Forceful . . . "Hey, you guys" . . . high standards. 



Charles Bruce 

"Chuck" . . . mechanical 



seeking God's wi 



William Caldwell 

Sports .. . basketball . 



nath fiend. 



Emma Jane Bruce 

Expressive brown eyes . . . iadylike . . . deeply spiritual. 



Phillip Chatto 

Powerful testimony . 



. earnest prayer. 



Harold Darling 

Friendly cooperation . . . consistent and dependable. 



Kermit Clingerman 

"K. C." . . . "Jesus is all in all.' 



Donald Darsch 

Surprising wit . . . intelligent 



a Christian gentleman. 




Frances Dorsett 

Unfeigned . . . unfathomed depth 
prudent. 



Elinor Gardner 

Well-rounded . . . cheerful 



m impressec 



others first. 



Bonnie Douglas 

Musical . . . studious . . . kind. 



Evelyn Gibson 

Winsome hostess 



jlm . . . Christ-like 



Floyd Flemming 

Happily married 



'il go where You want me to go.' 



Janice Giles 

"Mainiac" . . . star athlete . . . jcculc 





John Golden 

Serious . . . srudious 



a gentleman. 



Cleone Hill 

Poised . . . humorous 



Robert Goodnow 

"Up and doing ' ... a persevering Christian. 



Sue Hill 

Faithful in that which is least. 






studious . . . ambitious. 



Gilbert Hilgar 

Clownish ... a biologist . . . thoughtful . . . courteous. 



Wilda Huber 

Peaches and cream complexion . . . neat . . . consistent living. 




Julian Jackson 

Bashful . . . deep . 



. missionary outlook. 



Clifford Keys 

Devoted to God . . . efficient 



call to preach. 



Ji II M. 



Paul Kauffman 

Happy father . . . seeking God's best. 



Frank Kish 

Christian husband and father . . . friendly smile. 




James Kelley 

Irish tenor . . . devoted to Ruth . . . "God's way is best". 



Marion Kish 

Petite . . . dynamic speaker . . . Christ-centered life. 



Alvin Lawhead 

Quiet . . . lofty standards . . . ardent Christian. 



Iris Long 

Missionary zeal . . . "Have thine own way, Lord' 



Evelyn Libby 

In all her ways acknowledging Christ. 



Robert Lutz 

Japan . . . God's will . . . Glory! 



Myron Lineman 

"Mike" . . . lab student . . . sincere Christian. 



Howard MacKenzie 

Quietly convincing . . . vision of God's 




Ellsworth McAfee 

History major . . . devoted husband . . . dislikes a 
"Red Herring". 



Roy McLain 

Individualistic . . . brilliant . 



determined. 



Regina McGill 

Trim . . . capable . . . attractive . . . poised. 



Robert McNeely 

Argumentative . . . newly married . . . "Thy will be done' 



Arthur Mcllwain 

True Canadian . . . casual appearance . . . deep-rooted 
opinions. 



Martha Maybury 

Vivacious . . . effervescent . . . amicable. 





Althea Merritts 



Slight ... as neat as a pin . . . unassuming. 



Martha Park 

Brilliant . . . efficient . . . ever thoughtful. 



Berge Najarian 

Christ-centered . . 



love my Lord' 



Phoebe Peoples 

Spontaneity . . . mature judgment . . . Christian kindness. 



Paul Neal 

Saugus! ! . . . dynamic . . . muscular spirituality. 



Margaret Primrose 

Unsounded depths . . . kindness, her distinct virtue. 




Evelyn Ramsey 

Brilliant . . . gracious . . . her face a reflection of character. 



Benjamin S+ahl 

Independence of thought . . . big brother 



Albert Rich 

Christian enthusiasm 



Main brogue . . . newly wed. 



Paul Steffens 

Tall . . . medical aspirations . 



. . reserve 



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Viola Roberts 

Diligence . . . natural wit . . . self-reliance. 



Emma Stephey 

Athletic . . . ideal nurse . . . thorough Christian. 



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Edward Thompson 

"Senator" . . . diplomatic . . . practical Christian. 



Clifford Walton 

Ambassador tenor 



. . complete consecration. 



William Tibbetts 

Staid . . . "Tid-bitts" of everything 
Sod's vineyard. 



ardent servant in 



Lawrence Watkins 

Athletic . . . browsing room fan . 



. happily married. 



Laura Tokarski 

Adorned with a meek and quiet spirit. 



Muriel Weston 

Versatile . . . unhurried busyness . . . circumspect life. 




Wilbur Wolfe 

Honest . . . boyish . . . conscientious. 



Doris Young 

Dainty . . . serious . . . steady Christian. 



Kenneth Yoder 

Friendly smile . 



In all thy ways acknowledge Him 1 



Dorothy Young 

Girlish charm . . . conscientious . . . truly Christian. 




SPECIAL STUDENTS 




Frances Allen 
Beulah Allison 
Grace Banham 



Ruby Betts 
Hazel Buxton 

Barbara Dammes 



3ernice Ferrioli 
Bernice Himes 
Paul Lockhart 



Elaine Marin 
Miriam Park 
Betty Stone 



Esther Wilbur 



A 



ACADEMY 

FACULTY 



MADELINE NEASE 
Principal 



DORIS LINGFORD 
English 



ELIZABETH DAVIS 




French and Latin 






ROBERT MORTENSEN 




Bible History 


KENNETH HATHAWAY 




Algebra 






GRACE MORTENSEN 




History, Social Science 



JEAN MULLEN 
English 




Not pictured 

HESTER SHIELDS 

Geometry 



COUNCIL 







Between the columns stand Ken Alcorn, president; Beulah Stanford, secretary; 
3ob Wanner, treasurer; and Ross Cribbis, chaplain. 



STUDENTS 



Our prayer-meetings — refreshing times 
of spiritual blessing . . . Mansion class 
rooms . . . the club meeting when Mr. 
Bowers showed slides . . quartet . . . 
breakfast at Merrymount with Mrs. 
Williamson as guest coo.k . . . the Alice 
Farnsworth program ... all this and 
much more made a worthwhile year for 
the Academy students. 

The student officers were: president, 
K. Alcorn; vice-president, A. Brohawn; 
secretary, B. Stanford; treasurer, R. 
Wanner; chaplain, R. Cribbis. 



Kenneth Alcorn 
Audrey Almas 
Alice Brohawn 



Stanley Brooks 
Gordon Brown 
Ruth Calverley 



Ross Cribbis 
Jerry Douds 

Eleanor Esselstyn 



Ralph Ferrioli 

Kenneth Forsythe 
Arthur Freely 





Richard Gibson 
Paul Gilmore 

Elizabeth Goodnow 



Herman Herring 
LeRoy Howland 
Jack McClung 



Masao Maye 
William Melvin 
Marian Nicholson 



Barry Nobles 
Alan Pearsall 

Dorothy Reinhart 



Doris Roberts 

Raymond Schemerhorn 
Madelyn Shaw 



Ruth Shelby 
Marion Smart 
Beulah Stanford 



Irving Stanford 
Virgil Stanley 
KT'pp Stewart 



Bertha Taylor 
Robert Wanner 
Ruth White 



Peter Wilbur 




ALICE FAMSWDHTH 
PROGRAM 



The enthusiasm and applause with which Alice L. 
Farnsworth was received was a tribute not only to 
Miss Farnsworth, but to the students of the Acad- 
emy who, with the help of Mr. Robert Mortensen, 
arranged her visit to our campus. Miss Farnsworth 
was equally at home in our dining hall where she 
delighted us with a preview during the dinner hour, 
and in the college auditorium where we thrilled to 
her classical, semi-classical, and sacred selections. 

Had Miss Farnsworth's voice and friendliness not 
already won her way into our hearts, certainly her 
heart-felt rendition of her concluding number, The 
Holy City, would have done so. 



SECOND SEMESTER STUDENTS 



THIRD ROW: J. Baker, L. Willoughby, R. Janacek, L. Thompson, Jesse Kenjockety, J. 
Allen, R. Thatcher, R. Forsythe, B. Conser; SECOND ROW: R. Hayden, E. Corvese, H. 
Long, D. White, W. Petry, J. Hughes, H. Weston, D. Kereluik, E. Bernard; FRONT ROW: 
I. Sanger, B. lott, L. Bailey, J. Nickerson, R. Thompson, F. Watson, I. Cog hill, J. Rice, 
M. Wallace. 




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WHDS 



94 




WHO 



Recognition is given to student leaders from approximately 
six hundred colleges and universities of the United States and 
Canada in the annual publication, Who's Who Among Students 
in American Universities and Colleges. This publication serves 
as an official directory for personnel managers and business ex- 
ecutives and thus the brief biography which is printed of each 
member can be of no small importance. 

On the basis of character, scholastic achievement, leader- 
ship, and possibilities of future usefulness to business and so- 
ciety the joint student-faculty committee selected seven E.N.C. 
seniors to receive the coveted key this year. Of the seven, four 
are philosophy majors; two, chemistry; and one, literature. 
Three are married students; one a Canadian veteran; and one 
an American veteran. 

Selection to Who's Who is the climax to a well-rounded col- 
lege career. 



I. Mitsuko Eto, 2. Everett Haner, 3. Paul Gray, 
4. Laurence Mullen, 5. Neale McLain, 6. Barbara 
Flemming, 7. Albert Stiefel. 



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DREAM WHILE YOU WORK 



A dream — a new men's dormitory on the 
campus of E.N.C. Plans — blue prints and 
sessions with planning and finance committees. 
Action — the ground is broken and workmen 
come. 

The "Cardboard Palace" had to go. The 
bull-dozer, assisted by willing helpers on cam- 
pus, made short work of the old "Cardboard." 
Sentimental tears? . . . Not many. 

All spring the work progressed. Foundation 
. . . bricklayers . . . smell of lumber . . . 
interested lookers-on . . . laying the corner- 
stone. 

Dr. G. B. Williamson . . . "We dedicate 
this hall ..." — a dream come true! 




CARDBOARD PALACE 



SIGNING THE CONTRACT 
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BULLDOZER MOVES IN 




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A. On this foundation . . . 



5. "A higher plane 



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1. My boy 

2. Where's Alexander? 

3. Try, try again! 

4. No egg sandwiches? 

5. Has anyone seen my car? 

6. So tired! 

7. ". . . and three carloads of beans'' 

8. "Gentilesse" 

9. "Scot" 

10. All aboard! 

11. A "Grave" situation 

12. Cuckoo 

13. "In New England stands . . ." 

14. "O Holy Night . . ." 

15. Maestro 

16. In number 21 I 

17. "I'm forever blowing - . ." 

18. "Put on your old gray bonnet" 

19. Dewey decimal (539) 

20. "Im smiling, but I mean it" 

21. An administrative key 

22. Grass ... true or false? 

23. Two points for Tyler! 

24. Politicians can't spell ! 

25. Virtuoso 

26. When the cat's away . . . 

27. Pilltakers . . . batter up! 

28. ". . . better not pout" 

29. "Something old, something . . ." 

30. Browsing 




1. May-time 

2. "Buttons and Bows!" 

3. Happy and proud 

4. "I'll see you after school . . ." 

5. Candy on a stick 

6. "The better to see you with, my dear" 

7. At Birchtoft 



8. "Grey"-hound 

9. Look out for the wall ! 
10. Ask Jerry 

I I . Nothing tc it — if you know how! 

I'?. "Mother" Plant 

13. I'll be right there" 

14. Twilight fantasy 



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IS THE MAIL SORTED? 



We all know this call . . . and so does Miss 
Braley. Tiny, bustling, white-haired, full of "it", 
Miss Braley answers many queries each day 
from girls looking for that certain envelope. 
But do her duties stop with sorting the mail? 
Oh, no, they don't even begin there. The 
front door must be opened for hungry boys 
coming to breakfast . . . ask Miss Braley to 
do it; we must have someone to preside at 
breakfast and get students to take charge of 
the devotional readings . . . Miss Braley will; 
well, who will sell "the meal tickets to the off- 
campus diners? . . . have Miss Braley do it; 
shall we send the tablecloths out to be 
mended? . . . ask Miss Braley if she has time. 

What does she answer? ... To the various 
questions, she answers in various, witty ways, 
but always in the affirmative. Through the 
endless, tiny duties, through the trampling 
rush at the mailboxes, through it all she keeps 
"the noiseless tenor of her way". 




101 



RECIPE FOR A 




The first step is buying the ingredients . . . 
or is it selling them to the chairman of the 
Coll&ge Life committee? 

Take: 

I capable vice-president 
I aggressive prexy 
I program committee 
8 original planners 



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PARTY 



First, add the program committee to the 
vice-president with an idea . . . stir well in 
several meetings in the parlor ... let it stand 
and stir again until smooth . . . then add one 
gymnorium, a clear, starry night and the re- 
sult will be a party that serves 500 students. 
It may be served successfully any season of 
the year. 

The party served this fall was a hilarious 
success, due to the careful mixing of the 
above ingredients. You'll find the guests' 
enjoyment written all over their faces . . . that 
is, if you can see the face through the 
meringue. 





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2. Help her, Bee-ull ! 

3. Consequences! What a "Lick' 

4. "EVERYBODY sing!" 

5. Cream puff. 

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106 




RUTH ACKERMAN 

A.B., Psychology 
New Haven State Teachers' College I ; Wil- 
liam Jewell College 2; Zeta 4; Evangelistic 
Association 4; College Missionary Society 4; 
Las Estrellas 4; Nautilus 4. 
Precise dress . . . slight and slender . . . faith- 
ful friend . . . class discussion ... a smile en 
her lips and a song in her heart . . . definite 
ambitions . . . dry sense of humor ... "I test 
my life by Thine." 



EILEEN ALBRIGHT 

A.B., Modern Languages 
Alpha I, 2; Delta 3, 4; society basketball and 
volleyball 1-4; Psychology Club I; Evangelistic 
Association 1-4; College Missionary Society 
1-3; Speech Club 2; Band 2, 3; Preacher's 
Kids Trio 2, 3; Las Estrellas 3; Campus Ca- 
mera 2-4; "N" Club 3, 4, vice-president 4; 
Spanish medal 2. 

Athletic prowess . . . petite . . . energetic 
personality . . . carefree but capable . . . snap- 
ping sense of humor . . . changeable coun- 
tenance . . . entertaining . . . frank . . . likes 
to sing . . . purposeful living. 



VIOLET BALWIT 

A.B., Modern Languages 
Alpha I, 2; Sigma 3, 4, Alpha basketball I; 
Psychology Club I ; Campus Camera I ; Evan- 
gelistic Association [-4; College Missionary 
Society 1-4; Honor Society 2-4; Y.W.F.M.S. 
1-4; Bowne Philosophical Society 2; Future 
Teachers' Association 2-4, vice-president 4; 
Las Estrellas 3, 4, president 3, chaplain 4; 
Sigma volleyball 3, 4; instructor in Spanish 3, 
4; College Scholarship I ; Faculty Scholarship 
2; Kauffman Scholarship 3. 
Assistant in Spanish . . . conscientious in 
schoolwork . . . steady, hard worker . . . quiet 
reserve . . . independent . . . patient . . . thor- 
ough . . . lover of badminton . . . honor stu- 
dent . . . leaching ability . . . constant walk 
with the Master. 



107 





EDWIN BANHAM 

A.B., Psychology 
Alpha 1-3, baseball I, 2; basketball and foot- 
ball 2; Psychology Club 3; Sigma 4. 
Psychology sessions . . . marriage course — by 
experience . . . class snoozer ... a gentleman 
of the "old school" . . . fourteen carat . . . 
loyalty . . . hard worker . . . crooked, boyish 
grin . . . where there's a will, there's a way. 



BRUCE BERRY 

A.B., Philosophy 
Beta I, 2; Delta 3, 4; Evangelistic Association 
1-4; Bowne Philosophical Society 2, 3; Rover 
Crew 2, 3; Trumpet Trio 2, 3; Band 2-4; 
Campus Camera 3; Orchestra 3, 4; Speech 
Club 4. 

"I like New England" . . . honor student . . . 
hard worker . . . trumpet expert . . . strength 
of character . . . the ministry, his chief aim in 
life . . . conscientious student . . . likes philoso- 
phy . . . good conversionalist . . . consistent 
Christian. 



HELEN BRICKLEY 

B.S., Nursing 
Temple University School of Nursing 3 years; 
Beta 1-3; Zeta 4; Evangelistic Association 1-3; 
Music Club 2; A Cappella Choir 2; Speech 
Club 3; Miriams 3; College Missionary So- 
ciety 4. 

Lady in white . . . petite . . . one of those 
Brickleys . . . likes people . . . cute . . . pleas- 
ant . . . friendly . . . likes night duty . . . 
demure . . . competent . . . wholesome . . . 
sparkling eyes . . . flashing grin . . . steady 
Christian. 



108 



ARTHUR BROWN 

A.B. in Theology, Biblical Literature 
Alpha I; Delta 2-4, president 3; Class presi- 
dent I; College Missionary Society 1-4; Evan- 
gelistic Association 1-4; Campus Camera 3; 
Student Ministerial Association 3, 4. 
"Art" . . . inveterate tease . . . newly married 
. . . chorister and singer . . . definite opinions 
... a loyal friend . . .preparing for the min- 
istry . . . high-principled . . . serious talks . . . 
full of his call. 



MARILYN BROWN 

A.B., Speech 
Gamma I, 2; Kappa 3, 4, secretary 4; Cam- 
pus Camera I ; Psychology Club I ; Future 
Teachers' Association I, 2; Evangelistic As- 
soication 1-3; Speech Club 2-4; Y.W.F.M.S. 
terasurer 4. 

Generously friendly when you know her . . . 
unexpected prankster . . . brown-eyed, dark 
haired . . . willing service to God . . . ladylike 
neatness . . . refreshingly unaffected . . . ever 
ready to do something for others. 



WILLIAM BROWN 

B.S., Chemistry 
Missionary Training Institute I; Alpha 2; Kap- 
pa 3, 4; Honor Society 4. 
A man of few words . . . A's without too much 
effort . . . another chemistry major . . . hap- 
pily married . . . individualistic . . . thinks 
deeply . . . bound for graduate school . . . 
fun-loving under it all. 





109 




CONSTANCE BRUCE 

A.B., Literature 
Gamma I, 2; Sigma 3, 4; Las Estrellas I; 
Gamma volleyball 2; House, Council 2, 3; 
Literature Club 2-4; Future Teachers' Asso- 
ciation 3, 4; Campus Camera 4; Nautilus 4. 
Dark eyes . . . characteristic giggle . . . her 
ways are ways of pleasantness . . . neatness 
personified . . . lovable, little-girl habits . . . 
firm convictions . . . true Canadian speech 
. . . diligence in duty . . . spirit of humility . . . 
"Live in me, Lord Jesus". 



ROY BRUCE 

A.B., History 
Gordon College 1-3; Student Ministerial As- 
sociation 4; Historical Society 4. 
Boyish grin . . . casual appearance . . . friend- 
ly .. . subtle humor . . . energetic worker . . . 
diligent history student . . . local boy . . . 
seminary bound ... "I am Thine, O Lord". 



JOHN BRYNER 

A.B., Biology 
Beta 1-3; Sigma 4; Biology Club 1-4; Societas 
Prae-Medica 1-3; Chemical Society 4. 
Diligent application to his work . . . affable 
. . . quietly mischievous . . . inwardly thought- 
ful .. . married to a blonde from Dixieland 
. . . tall, gentlemanly appearance . . . deter- 
mination to accomplish . . . honest to the core. 



110 



RAY CAMPBELL 

B.S., Chemistry 
Green Book business manager I ; short story 
contest winner I; Gamma I, 2; Kappa 3, 4; 
Rover Crew 1,2; Evangelistic Association I, 
3; A Cappella Choir 1-4, business manager 4; 
Future Teachers' Association 1-4; chaplain 3; 
Societas Prae-Medica 3, 4. 
Unruly curls . . . reserved — ■ until you know 
him . . . chemistry shark . . . dormitory capers 
. . . one of the "Hup" gang . . . ambitious 
and mischievous . . . high ideals . . . outstand- 
ing giggle . . . wide vocabulary . . . the high- 
est good. 



ROCCO CERRATO 

A.B. in Theology, Theology 
Beta I, football I; Sigma 2-4; Student Min- 
isterial Association 4; Evangelistic Association 
2, 3. 

"Rock of Gibraltar" . . . family man . . . con- 
sistently jovial spirit . . . full of fun . . . "down 
in New Jersey" . . . future preacher . . . fully 
devoted to his Master. 



ESTHER COLBY 

A.B., Literature 
Alpha 1-3; Kappa 4, 5; Green Book I; Akron 
District Scholarship I, 3; Class secretary 2; 
Evangelistic Association 2; Miriams 2; Nauti- 
lus 2, 3; Literature Club 2, 3, secretary-treas- 
urer 3; Campus Camera 2-4; Honor Society 3, 
4; A Cappella Choir 4, 5. 
Hair of misty blonde . . . self-control ... in- 
telligent and clever . . . witty conversation . . . 
"joy is the sweet voice" . . . versatile accom- 
plishments . . . born to teach . . . the able 
assistant of the registrar . . . "My Lord and I". 






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CHARLES COLLER 

A.B., History 
Gamma I, 2; Zeta 3, 4; Evangelistic Associa- 
tion 1-4; New England District Scholarship 3; 
Student Ministerial Association 4. 
Genuine gentleman . . . devoted husband and 
father of three . . . tender comrade . . . "rock 
of Gibraltar" . . . Christian poise . . . tennis 
champ . . . diligent worker . . . Dean's List stu- 
dent . . . affable ... a determination that 
conquers . . . set apart for the ministry. 



HENRY COOPER 

A.B., Philosophy 
University of Toronto 2; Evangelistic Associa- 
tion 3, 4; College Missionary Society 3, 4; 
Music Club 3; Student Ministerial Association 
3, 4; Orchestra 3, 4; Asaph Choir 3, 4; 
Bowne Philosophical Society 4; Nautilus 4; 
Honor Society 4. 

The inevitable brief case ... a tilt of t! e 
head . . . classroom discussions . . . definite 
ideas . . . punctual in assignments . . . eager 
to help ... a student . . . wise whispered com- 
ments . . . deiermination to learn . . . "Christ 
for me". 



MARGARET DICKINSON 

B.S., Elementary Education 
Gamma I, 2; Delta 3, 4; Evangelistic Associa- 
tion 1,3; Psychology Club 1,3; Las Estrellas 
2; basketball 2, 3; volleyball 2; Literature 
Club 4; Future Teachers' Association 4. 
Independent and aggressive . . . chuckles . . . 
warm-hearted . . . nothing if not frank . . . 
earnest determination . . . shy girlishness . . . 
fun-loving . . . strong likes and dislikes . . . 
mind for details . . . teaching vision . . . posi- 
tive Christian ideals. 



112 



FRANK DOMINGUES 

A.B., Biology and B.S., Chemistry 
Beta I, 2; Zeta 3, 4; football and basketball 
1-4; Biology Club 1-4; Chemical Society 
2-4; Societas Prae-Medica 2-4; "N" Club 3, 
4, treasurer 4. 

Doctor-in-the-making . . . biology and chemis- 
try enthusiast . . . high and lofty ambitions 
. . . friend to "Bill" . . . true . . . sincere . . . 
sport fan — basketball specialist . . . clarity 
of thought . . . "Master, let me walk with 
Thee.." 



MARILYN EMERY 

B.S., Chemistry 
Gamma I, 2, secretary 2; Kappa 3, 4; Green 
Book I; Historical Society I; basketball 1-4; 
coach 3; Student Council 2; Campus Camera 
2; College Missionary Society 2; Honor So- 
ciety 2, 3; Nautilus 2-4; Societas Prae-Medica 
2-4; Class vice-president 3; "N" Club 4. 
Diligent scholar . . . meticulous appearance 
. . . all-round activities . . . cheerful outlook 
. . . systematic leadership . . . punctual . . . 
genuine . . . generous spirit . . . prowess on the 
basketball floor . . . granite determination . . . 
"my utmost for His highest". 



MITSUKO ETO 

A.B., Chemistry 
Pasadena College I ; Bethany-Peniel College 
2; Nautilus associate editor 3; Kappa 3, 4; 
Societas Prae-Medica 3, 4; Y.W.F.M.S. 3, 4; 
Future Teachers' Association 4; Student Coun- 
cil 4; "Who's Who" 4. 

Sparkling personality . . . enthusiast . . . prac- 
tical originality . . . fun-loving . . . genial con- 
versationalist . . . definite opinions . . . snap- 
ping eyes . . . Christian determination . . . un- 
wavering testimony . . . cooperative spirit . . . 
Chem lab blues. 





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MARY JANE EWING 

A.B., Psychology 
Beta I, 2; Sigma 3, 4; Evangelistic Association 
1-4; House Council 2; Psychology Club 2; Las 
Estrellas, secretary 3, 4; Future Teachers' As- 
sociation 4. 

Pennsylvanian . . . quiet little I'assie . . . psych 
major . . . takes her studies seriously . . . clari- 
ty of thought . . . blondie . . . sure to be a 
success in life . . . day-by-day walk with Jesus. 



BARBARA FLEMMING 

A.B., Literature 
Green Book editor I ; Campus Camera I ; Mi- 
riams I ; Alpha 1 , 2; Zeta 3, 4; Student Coun- 
cil I, 3, vice-president 3; Class vice-president 
2; Speech Club 2; Alumni Scholarship 2; Nau- 
tilus 3, 4; Literature Club 4; "Who's Who" 4. 
Clear dancing blue eyes . . . constant joyous 
smile ... a wealth of warmth and tenderness 
. . . fingers with music magic . . . efficient 
leader . . . diligent student . . . individualistic 
expressions . . . quiet happiness . . . "genti- 
lesse" . . . radiating the beauty of holiness. 



IRMA GALE 

B.S., Nursing 
New England Deaconess Hospital School of 
Nursing 3 years; Beta I, 2; Sigma 4; Biology 
Club I, 2; Evangelistic Association I, 2; A 
Cappella Choir I, 2, 4; House Council 2. 
The nurse that you dream about . . . friendly 
flashing smile . . . diligent student . . . con- 
scientious . . . cooperative and thorough . . . 
song in her heart . . . inspiring testimony . . . 
"My cousin" . . . New England enthusiast. 



114 



CLAUDINE GARDINER 

B.S., Nursing 
Allegheny General Hospital School of Nursing 
3 years; Gamma 2; Delta 3, 4; Speech Club 
2; Evangelistic Association 2-4; Bowne Philo- 
sophical Society 3; Honor Society 3, 4; Liter- 
ature Club 4; House Council 4. 
Characteristic mannerisms . . . slow speech . . . 
capable nurse . . . "My office hours are — " 
. . . transparent complexion ... a cheery smile 
from a joyous heart . . . keynote serving Christ 
through others. 



CARROLL GINTER 

A.B., Biology 
Cleveland Bible College 1-3; Evangelistic As- 
sociation 3, 4; Biology Club 3, 4; Societas 
Prae-Medica 3, 4, secretary-treasurer 4; Honor 
Society 4. 

Biology major . . . quiet, reserved . . . vocal 
quality . . . good sense of humor . . . char- 
acteristic laugh and walk . . . real friend . . . 
lab fiend . . . future medical missionary . . . 
conscientious . . . enjoys life . . . above all, a 
true, sincere Christian. 



JOHN GORESH 

B.S., Mathematics 
Alpha I, 2; Delta 3, 4; Evangelistic Associa- 
tion I, 2; Societas Prae-Medica 1-4; Chemical 
Society 1-4. 

Chemistry brain . . . hospital attendant . . . 
German descent . . . jester . . . lover of speech 
class ... "I have good notes." . . . Domingues' 
friend . . . Pennsylvanian . . . likes to coach . . . 
sincere. 




115 




BETTY GRACEY 

B.S., Elementary Education 
Beta 1-3; Kappa 4; Evangelistic Association 
I, 2; Las Estrellas 1-3; Miriams 1-3; basketball 
2-4; Future Teachers' Association 3, 4. 
A winsome personality . . . sparkling eyes . . . 
little-girl ways . . . sweet consideration for 
others . . . dependable . . . the longer you 
know her, the better you love her . . . unaf- 
fected . . . seeking God's best. 



BERTRAM GRANT 

A.B. in Theology, Biblical Literature 
Alpha I, 2; Kappa 3, 4; basketball 3; Evan- 
gelistic Association 1-4; Bowne Philosophical 
Society 2; Student Ministerial Association 3; 
Honor Society 3. 

"Main-iac" . . . hard-working . . . determined 
. . . married . . . vivid sense of humor . . . 
diligent and thorough . . . responsible . . . 
athletic inclinations . . . firm convictions . . . 
fervent testimonies . . . constantly searching 
for God's will ... a daily walk with Him. 



PAUL GRAY 

B.S., Chemistry 
Alpha I, 2; Zeta 3, 4, president 3; Chemical 
Society I; Honor Society 2; Societas Prae- 
Medica 2-4; chaplain 3; Class president 4; 
"Who's Who" 4. 

The "chem lab" . . . alert, interested, and 
thorough student . . . our efficient prexy . . . 
always humbly seeking Christlikeness . . . fro- 
licsome at the right time . . . ringing testimony 
. . . boysh friendliness . . . goal — a Christian 
dentist. 



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MILDRED GROVES 

B.S., Education 
Normal School, Viroqua 1-2; Evangelistic As- 
sociation 3; Y.W.F.M.S. 3; Miriams 3; Kappa 
3, 4; Orchestra 3, 4; Band 3, 4; Future Teach- 
ers' Association 3, 4; Speech Club 3, 4; A 
Cappella Choir 4. 

"Ming" . . . sweet notes from the clarinet . . . 
"Have you seen my brother?" . . . individ- 
ualistic speech . . . silent strides through the 
library . . . humor par excellence . . . serious 
student . . . schoolmarm . . . steady, active 
Christian. 



MARJORIE HALL 

A.B., Psychology 
Gamma 1,2; Delta 3, 4; Evangelistic Associa- 
tion I, 2; College Missionary Society I, 2; 
Psychology Club 1-3; Nautilus 2, 4; Campus 
Camera 3, 4. 

Sympathetic understanding . . . controlled 
laughter . . . gracious . . . dependable . . , 
quiet restraint . . . strength and simplicity . . . 
femminity . . . friendly . . . helpful . . . indus- 
trious . . . intellectual depth . . . serious stu- 
dent . . . genuine. 



EVERETT HANER 

A.B., Philosophy 
Toronto Normal School I; Poetry Club pre- 
sident I ; yearbook I ; Writers' Club I ; A 
Cappella Choir 2; Beta 2; Sigma 3, 4; Bowne 
Philosophical Society 2-4; Student Ministerial 
Association 2-4, secretary-treasurer 3; Evan- 
gelistic Association 2-4; College Missionary 
Society 3, 4; Nautilus editor 4; "Who's Who" 
4. 

Happy husband, proud father . . . honor stu- 
dent . . . industrious . . . gently humorous . . . 
likes people . . . mannerly . . . conservative 
. . . quick to help others . . . strong reasoning 
powers . . . purposeful student . . . humility . . . 
easy going . . . fervent testimony. 





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DUDLEY HATHAWAY 

■ A.B. in Theology, Biblical Literature 
Beta I, 2; Kappa 3, 4; basketball, football I; 
Bowne Philosophical Society I ; Green Book I ; 
Orchestra I; baseball I, 2; Evangelistic Asso- 
ciation 1-3; College Missionary Society 1-4; 
Class chaplain 2; Student Ministerial Associa- 
tion 3, 4; Kappa chaplain 4. 
Happy husband . . . has "Faith" . . . earnest 
endeavor . . . good-natured . . . deliberate 
speech . . . considerate . . . generous and 
tender-hearted . . . faithful . . . generous to a 
fault . . . practical joker . . . idealistic . . . 
emotional sensitivity . . . intent spiritual aspi- 
rations . . . strength . . . dependable . . . earn- 
est Christian. 



FAITH HATHAWAY 

A.B., Psychology 
University of Maine I; Beta volleyball 2; 
Sigma 3, 4; Evangelistic Association 2, 3; Col- 
lege Missionary Society 2-4; Psychology Club 
2-4; Student Ministerial Association 3; House 
Council 3; class secretary 3; College Scholar- 
ship 3; Student Council 4; Honor Society 4; 
New England District Scholarship 4. 
Bubbling vitality . . . rosy complexion . . . en- 
gaging smile . . . constancy of purpose . . . 
Maine accent . . . psych major . . . diligent, 
faithful student . . . inspiring testimony . . . 
home-maker . . . dark eyes . . . "not somehow, 
but triumphantly." 



KENNETH HATHAWAY 

B.S., Mathematics 
Beta I ; Zeta 2-4, treasurer 2; Evangelistic As- 
sociation I, 2; Academy Mathematics teacher 
4. 

One of the "marrieds" . . . math brain . . . 
academy "prof" . . . sports fan . . . likes speed 
and excitement . . . full of fun . . . good con- 
versationalist . . . tall and lanky . . . "Living 
for Jesus". 



118 



BARBARA HODGES 

A.B., Psychology 
Gamma I, 2; Sigma 3, 4; Miriams 1-3; Evan- 
gelistic Association 1-3; Class secretary I, 3; 
volleyball 3,4; A Cappella Choir 4. 
Southern charm . . . little-girl voice . . . sim- 
ple, child-like manner . . . firm convictions . . . 
rapid conversionalist . . . witty . . . ever-ready 
giggle . . . purposeful living . . . tennis en- 
thusiast ... "I have hid my life in Christ." 



ARTHUR HUGHES 

A.B., History 
Louisiana State University I; Green Book 

editor I ; Class treasurer I ; Evangelistic Asso- 
ciation I ; Historical Society I ; Alpha 2; Delta 
3, 4; Class president 2; Student Ministerial 
Association 4. 

Definite, firm . . . opinions . . . pleasant . . . 
"a dash of humor" . . . thorough student . . . 
newly-married . . . Ohioan . . . Browsing Room 
discussions . . . unshakable faith and deter- 
mination . . . devoted to His service. 



WILLIAM JAMES 

A.B., Biology 
Clark College I; Gamma 2; Delta 3, 4; Bowne 
Philosophical Society 2, chaplain 2; Evange- 
listic Association 2, 3; Rover Crew 2, 3; Fut- 
ure Teachers' Association 3; Biology Club 
chaplain 3, 4. 

"I feel the call" . . . biology major . . . con- 
scientious Christian . . . preacher in demand 
. . . characteristic laugh . . . periodic joker . . . 
"I prefer plane riding" . . . lover of gatherings 
where there is food . . . "I'm getting so 
feeble". 





119 




DeRAND JONES 

A.B., History 
Gamma I, 2; Sigma 3, 4; Evangelistic Asso- 
ciation I; College Missionary Society 1-4; 
Future Teachers' Association I, 2; Historical 
Society 1-4, president 3; Class treasurer 2, 3; 
Rover Crew 2, 3; Nautilus business manager 4. 
Completely dependable . . . can disagree 
agreeably . . . hardworking business manager 
. . . lately a yen for furry pet . . . always hurry- 
ing somewhere . . . history first and last . . . 
guiet Christian . . . makes it his business to 
know . . . superb usher. 



MARTHA JONES 

A.B., Biology 
Trevecca College I, 2; Alpha 2; Zeta 3, 4; 
Biology Club 3, 4; "N" Club 4. 
Deep inner life . . . wholesome attitudes . . . 
lives her testimony ... a sunlit disposition . . . 
she wears well . . . enthusiastic . . . easy to get 
along with ... a flair for joke-telling . . . 
whole-hearted chuckle ... a West Virginian 
lassie. 



ROBERT JONES 

A.B., Psychology 
Green Book business manager I; Beta I, 2; 
Delta 3, 4, treasurer 3, president 4; Psycholo- 
gy Club 1-4, president 3; Evangelistic Asso- 
ciation 1-4; Campus Camera 3; Student Min- 
isterial Association 1-4. 

The "fix-it" man . . . W.E.N. C. originator . . . 
psych fiend . . . musical . . . original . . ideal- 
ist .. . constantly seeking new adventure . . . 
enthusiastic . . . ready conversationalist . . . 
characteristic gestures . . . tireless . . . "Trust 
and Obey". 



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ALLEN KERNS 

A.B., Literature and Speech 
Olivet College I, 2; University of Arizona 3; 
Zeta 4. 

Inevitable brief-case . . . deacon-like appear- 
ance . . . outstandingly deep voice ... lit 
major . . . philosophical thought . . . attentive 
classroom participant . . . "O Master, let me 
walk with Thee". 



ALVERDA KINNEY 

B.S., Elementary Education 
Alpha I, 2; Delta 3, 4; Las Estrellas I, 2, sec- 
retary I; College Missionary Society 1-4; 
Evangelistic Association 1-4; Future Teachers' 
Association 1-4; Bowne Philosophical Society 
3, treasurer 3; House Council 3, 4, president 
4; Literature Club 4. 

House Council prexy . . . education major . . . 
good sport . . . always happy . . . seriousness 
of purpose . . . workable philosophy for life 
. . . likes lit . . . special interest in teaching . . . 
"Living for Jesus". 



MARGARET LEWIS 

A.B., Literature 
Sigma 3, 4. 

"Lit" major . . . petite . . . strawberry blonde 
. . . innocent wit . . . bundle of energy . . . 
married . . . spicy conversionalist . . . Sigma 
schoolmarm . . . occasional giggles . . . sincere 
desire for knowledge . . . bubbling speech . . . 
"To God be the glory". 




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WILLIAM LUSK 

B.S., Chemistry 
Green Cook business manager I; Gamma I, 
2; Delia 3, 4; Evangelistic Association I, 3; A 
Cappella Choir I, 4; Societas Prae-Medica 
2-4, president 3, vice-president 4. 
Precise and diligent . . . chemist . . . wavy 
hair . . . boyish grin . . . modest, with a streak 
of the wild ... a tease when he wants to be 
. . . common sense and a mind of his own . . . 
future M.D. . . . scrupulous . . . distinctive 
laugh . . . sincere search for the truth. 



DORIS MacCALLUM 

B.S., Elementary Education 
Alpha I, 2; Zeta 3, 4; Literature Club 2, 3; 
Future Teachers' Association 2-4; College Mis- 
sionary Society 3, 4. 

New England drawl . . . sincere friendliness . . . 
immaculate . . . sweet disposition . . . enjoys 
life . . . winsome personality . . . studious . . . 
bright eyes, freckles . . . obliging . . . serious- 
ness balanced by a sense of humor . . . seeking 
God's best. 



PEARL McKENNEY 

B.S., Elementary Education 
Beta 1-3; Delta 4; Psychology Club 1-3; Fut- 
ure Teachers' Association 2-4; Honor Society 
3; Literature Club 4. 

Hard worker . . . education major . . . the 
value of an unspoken word . . . good room- 
mate . . . honor student . . . seriousness of 
purpose . . . prospective schoolteacher . . . 
faithful to her task . . . trustworthy . . . daily 
walk with the Master. 



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NEALE McLAIN 

A.B., Philosophy 
Marietta College I; Alpha I, 2; Zeta 3, 4; 
Evangelistic Association 1-4; College Missio- 
nary Society 2, 3; Campus Camera 2; Bowne 
Philosophical Society 2-4; Student Council 2, 
president 4; Student Ministerial Association 
3, 4; "Who's Who" 4. 

Student Council "Prexy" . . . mellow voice . . . 
inquiring mind . . . keen thinker . . . philosopher 
. . . ideal husband . . . passion for souls . . . 
diligent seeker after truth . . . obliging . . . 
friendly reserve . . . feels God's call to evan- 
gelism. 



VIOLET MERCHANT 

B.S., Elementary Education 
Gamma I, 2; Sigma 3, 4; Evangelistic Asso- 
ciation I, 3; College Missionary Society 1-4; 
Campus Camera 2, 3; Speech Club 2-4; Fut- 
ure Teachers' Association 2-4; House Council 
3; Student Council vice-president 4. 
"Mazie" . . . diminutive . . . careful appear- 
ance . . . artistic tastes . . . program planning 
. . . originality . . . willing cooperation . . . 
well-liked . . . broad smile . . . congenial . . . 
future teacher . . "I love life" . . . "Oh, to 
be like Thee". 



KENNETH MILLER 

B.S., Chemistry 
Alpha I, 2; Sigma 3, 4; Green Book I; Cam- 
pus Camera 2, 3; Societas Prae-Medica 2, 3; 
Nautilus 3; Chemical Society 4. 
Reserved dignity . . . bookworm . . . diligent 
lab work . . . chemistry major . . . classic per- 
sonality . . . slow, smooth speech . . . unper- 
turbed . . . "Finally caught the Boyd" . . . shy 
smile . . . quiet faithfulness ... "I need Thee 
every hour". 




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LAURENCE MULLEN 

A,B., Philosophy 
Beta I, 2; Zeta 3, 4; College Missionary So- 
ciety 1-3; Evangelistic Association 1-4; His- 
torical Society 2; Campus Camera 2-4, busi- 
ness manager 3, editor 4; Student Council, 
treasurer 3; College Scholarship 3; Student 
Ministerial Association 3, 4; Honor Society 4; 
Bowne Philosophical Society 4; "Who's Who" 
4. 

Small but mighty . . . steady friend . . . Cana- 
dian . . . unmistakably "Mullen" . . . Campus 
Camera editor "par excellence" . . . resource- 
ful conversationalist . . . 24-carat genuineness 
. . . Reformed Baptist ministerial aspirations 
. . . student . . . spiritual depths. 



BEULAH NAYLOR 

A.B., Music 
Gordon College I; Gamma I, 2; Sigma 3, 4; 
Miriams I; Music Club I, 2; House Council 2, 
3; A Cappella Choir 2-4; Future Teachers' 
Association 4. 

New Englander . . . talented — beautiful voice 
. . . ease at the keyboard . . . reserved . . . 
good hostess . . . future teacher . . . neat . . . 
true friend . . California bound . . . "Oh for 
a faith that will not shrink". 



NAOMI NEWTON 

B.S., Elementary Education 
Alpha I, 2; Sigma 3, 4; basketball 1-3; Class 
vice-president I; Student Council 2; Las 
Estrellas 2; Honor Society 2-4, president 3; 
"N" Club 3, 4, secretary 3; Future Teachers' 
Association 3, 4. 

Princess . . . basketball and volleyball star . . . 
"mother" to Manchesterites . . . intelligent 
. . . teacher in the making . . . pluck . . . con- 
siderate . . . good-natured . . . "Nonie" . . . 
competent . . . idealistic . . . "Only to be what 
He wants me to be". 



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REBECCA PALMER 

A.B., Literature 
Alpha I, 2; Zeta 3, 4; Historical Society I; 
Miriams I; Evangelistic Association I, 2; 
Speech Club 2; Preacher's Kids Trio 2, 3; vol- 
leyball 2, 3; Campus Camera 2-4; Nautilus 
2-4; Literature Club 3, 4. 
Bright, laughing eyes . . . magic pen ... ta- 
lented . . . fun-loving . . . zestful living . . . 
sparkling conversionalist . . . vivacious . . . 
original ... lit major . . . expressive coun- 
tenance . . . animated gestures ... "I can't 
stand that" . . . idealistic . . . "Let the beauty 
of Jesus be seen in me". 



FRANKLIN PINKERTON 

A.B., Biology 
Gamma I, 2; Evangelistic Association 1-4; 
College Missionary Society I, 2, 4; Biology 
Club 2-4; Future Teachers' Association 2-4, 
president 4; Rover Crew 2-4; Kappa 3, 4; 
Campus Camera 3, 4; Asaph Choir 4. 
"Pinkie" . . . biology major . . . nature boy . . . 
constant tease . . . little sailor . . . Rover . . . 
good housekeeper . . . lab assistant . . . from 
city of "brotherly love" ... he can be serious 
. . . Babcock's thorn in the flesh . . . consistent 
Christian. 



ELVA REED 

B.S., Elementary Education 
Gamma 1-3; Delta 4, 5; Psychology Club I; 
Evangelistic Association I, 2; Miriams 1-3; 
Literature Club 2, 3; Future Teachers' Asso- 
ciation 4. 

Happily married . . . sports enthusiast . . . 
good-will towards all . . . future life in Africa 
. . . "silence is golden" . . . lives her philoso- 
phy . . . sincere . . . bears acquaintance . . . 
athletic . . . high aims . . . strength of char- 
acter . . . true Christian. 




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OLEN RIGGS 

B.S., Chemistry 
Bethany-Peniel College 2, 3; college annual 2, 
3; basketball, baseball, track 2, 3; college 
newspaper 3; Class president 3; Kappa 4. 
"I'm from Oklahoma" . . . quiet speech . . . 
his wife a ready helper . . . fun-loving after 
the work's done . . . towering over us . . . star 
basketball player, but studies first . . . slow 
grin . . . diligent student . . . always friendly. 



CLARA ROGERS 

A.B. in Theology, Theology 
Roberts Junior College I, 2; Honor Society 
2; Kappa 3, 4; Speech Club 3, 4; Evangelistic 
Association 3, 4, secretary 4; Student Minis- 
terial Association 3, 4, secretary-treasurer 4; 
House Council 4; Albany District Scholarship 
3. 

Peaches-and-cream complexion . . . small and 
unobtrusive . . . basketball fan . . . willing to 
help . . . cheerful countenance . . . sweetness 
of spirit . . . humor masked by reserve . . . 
"gentilesse" . . . devoted to the Kingdom. 



FRANCES ROGERS 

Alpha I, 2; Kappa 3, 4; Historical Society I; 
Miriams, president I; Psychology Club 2, 3; 
A Cappella Choir 2-4; Future Teachers' As- 
sociation 3, 4; Albany District Scholarship 3; 
House Council 4. 

"Frannie" . . . eyes that speak . . . even-tem- 
pered friendliness . . . faithfulness personified 
. . . serene of spirit ... a wealth of animated 
expressions . . . radiating warmth of personal- 
ity .. . intelligent student . . . loyalty a must 
. . . future teacher . . . "Teach me Thy ways". 



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ELEANOR F. SMITH 

A.B., Music 
Alpha I, 2; Delta 3, 4; Miriams I; Psychology 
Club I; Evangelistic Association 1,2; Cam- 
pus Camera 2; volleyball 2; Speech Club 2; 
piano normal teacher 3, 4; Music Club 3, 4; 
Alumni Scholarship 4. 

"Neat as a pin" appearance . . . music, her 
specialty . . . sweet voice . . . quiet ... a true 
friend . . . strictly feminine . . . precise . . . 
eyes that twinkle ... a daily life that testifies. 



ELEANOR W. SMITH 

A.B., History 
Gordon College I, 2; Kappa 3, 4; basketball 
3, 4; Nautilus 4; Historical Society, president 
4; Kappa vice-president 4. 
Full of life . . . New Englander . . . history 
enthusiast . . . athletic . . . unruffled . . . keen- 
ly sensitive . . . came to E.N.C. from Gordon 
. . . many friends . . . "It's just like this" . . . 
Kappa cheerleader . . . school spirit . . . "My 
life is His". 



ALBERT STIEFEL 

A.B., Philosophy 
Green Book I; Alpha I, 2; Sigma 3, 4, presi- 
dent 4; Class chaplain I ; Evangelistic Associa- 
non 1-4; College Missionary Society I, 2, 4; 
Philosophy Club I, 2; Class president 2; 
Honor Society 2-4; New England District 
Scholarship 2; Campus Camera 2-4; editor 3; 
House Council 3; A Cappella Choir 3, 4; 
Student Ministerial Association 3, 4; Speech 
Club 4; Class chaplain 4; "Who's Who" 4. 
Sparkling personality . . . winsome smile . . . 
genial host . . . philosopher with a true philo- 
sophy . . . unswerving loyalty . . . versatile . . . 
enthusiastic spirit . . . active church work . . . 
practical experience ... All glorious within. 




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ALTON SWIFT 

A.B. in Theology, Biblical Literature 
Beta 1,2; Sigma 3, 4; G.I. Quartet I ; A Cap- 
pella Choir 2, 3; Evangelistic Association 3; 
Speech Club 3, 4; Student Ministerial Asso- 
ciation 3, 4. 

Basso profundo . . . Maine talk . . . willing 
chauffeur . . . steady student . . . deliberate 
. . . ruddy complexion . . . G.I. quartet . . . 
matter-of-fact . . . Clarice and I . . . the call 
to preach . . . desiring God's best. 



GEORGE TEAGUE 

A.B. in Theology, Biblical Literature 
Gamma I, 2; Kappa 3, 4; Evangelistic Asso- 
ciation 2, 3; Bowne Philosophical Society 2-4, 
president 4; Student Ministerial Association 
3, 4. 

Quiet determination . . . shy, boyish smile . . . 
likeable personality . . . sterling character . . . 
unsuspected sense of humor . . . ideal hus- 
band ... a philosopher . . . capable worker 
. . . that Maine drawl . . . consistently Chris- 
tian . . . working for God's best. 



MABEL TUSTIN 

A.B., Biology 
Gamma I, 2; Sigma 3, 4; Psychology Club I; 
Evangelistic Association I, 2, 4; College Mis- 
sionary Society 2-4; Biology Club 2-4, sec- 
retary-treasurer 3, vice-president 4; Societas 
Prae-Medica 3; Campus Camera 3, 4; Future 
Teachers' Association 3, 4. 
Uncontrolled giggle . . . library bender-girl . . . 
excitable . . . mischievous . . . congenial 
friendliness . . . exuberant spirit . . . definite 
opinions . . . earnest and loyal . . . conscien- 
tious . . . striving for the right. 



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AUDREY WARD 

A.B., Speech 
Alpha 1-3; Sigma 4, 5; basketball I, 2; Evan- 
gelistic Association I, 2; A Cappella Choir 
1-5; Ontario District Scholarship 2; Speech 
Club 2-5, secretary-treasurer 2-4; Class sec- 
retary 5. 

Canadian reserve . . . characteristic laugh and 
walk . . . competent secretary . . . Manches- 
terite . . . friendly . . . cheerful . . . good 
sport . . . science . . . trustworthy . . . loves to 
sing . . . "for a closer walk with Thee". 



ROGER WILLIAMS 

A.B., Philosophy 
Gamma I, 2; Kappa 3, 4, treasurer 4; Evan- 
gelistic Association 1-4; College Missionary 
Society 1-4; Bowne Philosophical Society I, 
2; A Cappella Choir I, 2; Speech Club, pre- 
sident 3; Nautilus 3; Class treasurer 4. 
Immaculate . . . neatness personified ... ef- 
ficiency par excellence . . . business-like . . . 
a cheery greeting ... a mellow baritone . . . 
a pleasing countenance ... an enthusiastic 
personality . . . capable worker . . . purpose- 
ful living . . . sincerity . . . inspiring testimony 
. . . living for Jesus. 



ELAINE WITMER 

A.B., Modern Languages 
Alpha I, 2; Kappa 3, 4; Evangelistic Associa- 
tion I, 3, 4; Washington-Philadelphia District 
Scholarship 2; Honor Society 2, 3; Future 
Teachers' Association 3, 4; Las Estrellas 3, 4. 
Language whiz . . . quiet and unobtrusive . . . 
steady friend . . . "Dean's Sister" . . . true 
blue . . . pensive moments . . . sincerity . . . 
ping-pong . . . true values . . .dependable . . . 
indissoluble faith in God. 





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PAUL YOUNGHOLM 

A.B., History 
Beta 1, 2; Sigma 3, 4. 

Wide-eyed expression ... a surprising chuckle 
. . . class discussions ... an attentive listener 
. . . happily-married ... a purposeful, likeable 
disposition . . . sincerity ... a zest tor living 
. . . Help me to serve Thee, Lord. 



LAMAR ZIMMERMAN 

B.S., Biology 
Bloomsburg State Teachers' College I ; Beta 
I; Sigma 3; Class vice-president I; Green 
Book I; Societas Prae-Medica I, 3, secretary- 
treasurer I; Campus Camera 1,3; Band 1,3; 
Class president 3; Evangelistic Association 3; 
Nautilus 3; Honor Society 3. 
Probing eyes ... an amused expression . . . 
an original thinker ... a born leader ... an 
organizer . . . competent . . . distinctive ges- 
ticulations . . . sharp wit . . . medical student 
... a brilliant mind ... a determination to 
succeed. 



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SENIOR 
HECITALISTS 



In spring, nature's winter work ends in a 
grand finale of perfection. In much the same 
fashion this spring, the senior recitals crown- 
ed many hours of preparation for five of the 
students. 

Two of the recitals represented the music 
department. Beulah Naylor very capably ren- 
dered the Italian selection, "Una Voce Poco 
Fa", and several numbers in German. 

Eleanor Smith's organ recital made us all 
appreciate more truly the beauty and majesty 
of the organ. Her interpretation of Bach is 
not to be forgotten. 

The remaining three recitalists were rep- 
resentative of the speech department. Out- 
standing among the readings of Audrey Ward 
was an excerpt from Romeo and Juliet. 

The story of The Robe became more vivid 
and powerful as interpreted by Albert Stiefel. 

As one of the more serious selections of a 
varied program, Marilyn Brown read The 
Death of the Hired Man. 

The recitalists were ably assisted by other 
members of the two departments. 



Beulah Naylor 
Marilyn Brown 
Eleanor Smith 
Albert Stiefel 
Audrey Ward 




In iHemnnam 




H. V. MILLER 

ESBBSB 



One of the General Superintendents of the 

Church of the Nazarene 

iom 1894 Died 1949 

Joined the Church of the Nazarene in 1922 

superintendent New England District 1924- 1929 

Superintendent New York District 1929- 1933 

Pastor First Church, Chicago 1933 - 1939 

Professor Northwest Nazarene College 1939- 1940 

General Superintendent 1940- 1949 

Friend of Eastern Nazarene College 

"He being dead, yet speaketh" (Hebrews I 1:4) 



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HAROLD PARRY 



CONARD STAIRS 



PAUL YAMADA 



Spiritually-minded . . . consecrated ... a 
vision of spiritual needs . . . pastors, evan- 
gelists, missionaries . . . "And He gave some 
apostles; and some prophets; and some evan- 
gelists; and some pastors and teachers; . . . 
for the work of the ministry." 



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AKRON DISTRICT 




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REV. O. L. 


BENEDUM, District Superintendent 


E.N.C. TRUSTEES 


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C. B. WOOD 


O. L. BENEDUM 
D. D. PALMER 


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District 
Secretary 


E. S. CARMAN 


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RUTH HANKS 

District 
Treasurer 

MRS. D. D. PALMER 


ADVISORY BOARD 

H. G. PURKISER 


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W.F.M.S. 
President 


D. D. PALMER 


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E. S. CARMAN 


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CARL B. HANKS 


S. S. BENNETT 


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N.Y.P.S. 

District 

President 


"For both he that sanctifieth and they who are sar 


ctified are all of one: 


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is not ashamed to call tl 


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rethren." 

— hlebrews 2:1 1 



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A SPIRITUAL, GROWING 
HOLINESS CHURCH 

GIVING 100% BACKING TO OUR 
EASTERN COLLEGE 

REV. L. L. KOLLAR, Pastor 

UHRICHSVILLE, OHIO 




Church of the Nazarene 

Bellaire, Ohio 

Believes in E.N.C. 

Rev. DONALD H. STRONG, Minister 
An E.N.C. Graduate 

LOOK FOR US ON ROUTE 7 



Church of the Nazarene 

Corner Washington and Jefferson Sts. 

Lisbon, Ohio 




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CHARLETON D. JONES 
Pastor 



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FIRST 



Hoyden Ave. and Claiborne Rd. 
East Cleveland, Ohio 

JAMES E. HUNTON, Minister 



WE CONGRATULATE 

THE CLASS OF '49 

AND PLEDGE 

CONTINUED SUPPORT FOR E.N.C. 



When in Cleveland Visit With Us 
"A Growing Church in a Growing City" 




Compliments of 

FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

HUDSON DRIVE at PARKCUFF 

Youngstown, Ohio 



VESY O. STEMM 
Mister of Music 



H. G. PURKHISER 
Minister 



WARREN BOUNDALE CHURCH, Warren, Ohio 

E — is for everything a holiness school should be 
N — is for the nicest staff and personnel you see 
C — is for its characteristics in all fields of knowledge, 
Yes, no doubt, you've guessed it 
That's our Eastern Nazarene college. 

JOHN R. DONLEY, Pastor 



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CONGRATULATIONS 



TO 

CLASS 

DF 

'49 





"And ye shall be witnesses unfo me . . . unto the 
uttermost parts of the earth." 

— Acts 1:8 



FIRST CHURCH 

of the 

NAZARENE 

Warren 

Ohio 



REV. D.D. PALMER. Pastor 



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CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 
SATIN STREET 

Jefferson, Ohio 

S.S. Superintendent.. ..A. M. Gechneaur 

N.Y.P.S. President Richard Wright 

W.F.M.S. President Grace Park 




"Draw nigh to God, 

and He will draw 

nigh to you." 



REV. I. A. RODGERS 

East Satin Street 

Telephone 217 



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• Growing 


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• Missionary 


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• Friendly 


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When in Akron, 


Worship with us. 


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799 S. ARLINGTON STREET 
AKRON. OHIO 

CLARENCE J. HAAS, Pastor 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 
S. LINDEN at E. SUMMIT 

Alliance, Ohio 

S. S. Superintendent... Royle Baum 

N.Y.P.S. President ..R. Paul Keenan 

W.F.M.S. President.. ..Mrs. Ruth Loomis 

"The Heart-Warming Church" 



CLYDE B. WOOD 
Pastor 



Compliments of the . . . 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

200 SECOND STREET, N.W. 

Barberton, Ohio 

"The Heart-Warming Church" 

R. J. SHOFF 
Minister 



When in the Vicinity of 

PAINESVILLE, OHIO 

Visit 

THE 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

CORNER LIBERTY and HIGH STS. 

A Friendly Welcome Awaits You 
REV. DANIEL C. HOFFMAN, Pastor 



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JFtrat QUjurrJj nf ®^ Nazar^n? 



EAST LIVERPOOL, OHIO 



REV. C. L. RODDA, Minister 



Salutes her 



E.N.C. Students 




Bill Varian, Paul Bowlby, Wilbur Wolfe, 



Gloria Crawford, Becky Skidmore 



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NEW PHILADELPHIA, OHIO 

J. D. POOLE, Pastor 

• Sunday School Superintendent • 
Mr. GRANT McGILL 

• N.Y.P.S. President • 

MISS ANNA MAE KEFFER 

• W.F.M.S. President 
MRS. OREN GRAY 



"The Friendly Church with the 
Christian Welcome" 



EAST PALESTINE, OHIO 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



REV. PAUL E. BAKTER 
205 East Martin Street 

Phone 2618 



CONGRATULATIONS 

to the 

CLASS OF '49 

from 

ENC's 

MISSIONARIES 

in 

INDIA 

REV. and MRS. J. W. ANDERSON 
REV. and MRS. EARL LEE 

MISSION HOUSE 
Basim, Berar, C. P., India 



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AKRON, OHIO 



GREETINGS TO E.NG. 

CONGRATULATIONS TO 
THE CLASS OF "49" 

VISIT OUR NEW CHURCH 

WHILE 

VISITING OUR CITY 

LELAND DAVIS, Music Director 




JlSffci 



MILTON L. BUNKER, Minister 



BOOKS 



BIBLES 



ENC'S BOOKSTORE 



Congratulations Seniors of 1949 



SCHOOL SUPPLIES 



RECORDINGS 



HOLINESS UNTO THE LORD 



The appropriate motto for every holiness church. 
Seven feet long, wood, imitation walnut, letters 
sawed out and overlaid, durable. 

Reasonably priced at $10 

THE C. JONES BOOK HOUSE 

128 W. LINCOLN WAY LISBON OHIO 



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ALBANY DISTRICT 



RENARD D. SMITH, Superintendent 

229 W. PLEASANT AVE. 

SYRACUSE 5, N. Y. 



JULY 18 to 23 

W.F.M.S. Convention — District Assembly 

N.Y.P.S. Convention — Church School Convention 



N.Y.P.S. Institute — August 29 to September 2 



Preacher's Meeting — November 7 to 10 



District Camp Meeting 
July 23 to 31 



WORKERS — 

REV. CLIFFORD E. KEYS, Evangelist 
REV. MARY LATHAM, Youth Evangelist 
REV. MARY OLSON, Children's Evangelist 
FRANK SMITH, Song Leader 

LOCATION — 

Albany District Camp Grounds, Brooktondale, N. Y. 



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Mm I 'ill 1 



Sake Kxmxm Qlljttrri) of ®^ :Na£amt£ 

"Rochester's Newest Church" 
99 STONEWOOD AVE., ROCHESTER, N. Y. 



-ROCHESTER'S EVANGELISTIC 
CENTER" 



MORRIS E. WILSON, Pastor 

26 Rochelle Street 

Telephone: Charlotte 1065 



Our fhanks in behalf of the many students from Binghamton 
who have found God and the Church at E.N.C. 




3Ftrst (Eljttrrij of <31j£ JfaHareu? 

BINGHAMTON, N. Y. 

OSCAR F. REED, Ph. D., Minister 
"A Growing Church With A Big Heart" 



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Greetings to E.'N.C. 

Must (Eljurrh of ®Jje ^aEar^n^ 

West Newell and Cannon Sts. 

Syracuse, New York 

OUR PURPOSE IS TO SERVE 
WELCOME TO OUR SERVICES 



JOHN D. RHAME 
Minister 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

1813 Albany Street 
Schenectady, N. Y. 



REV. WALTER S. MacPHERSON, SR. 
Pastor 



Sunday Services 




Sunday School 


10:00 A. M 


Morning Worship 


11.00 A. M 


N. Y. P. S. 


7:00 P. M 


Evangelistic Service 


7:45 P. M 


Wednesday 




Prayer and Praise 


7:45 P. M 



When in Schenectady worship with us. 



Jamestown's 
Evangelistic Center 

Church of the Nazarene 

Prather Ave., By Fenton Park 

Jamestown, N. Y. 




JOHN W. POOLE, Minister 
147 Prather Ave. 

CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '49 



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NEW ENGLAND DISTRICT 

APPRECIATES EASTERN NAZARENE COLLEGE 
CONGRATULATES THE CLASS OF 1949 



ADVISORY BOARD 

E. E. MARTIN 
C. J. WASHBURN 
W. G. ANGELL 
W. C. LAHUE 




OFFICERS 

T. L. SMITH 
Secretary 

H. H. PYNE 
Treasurer 



I. C. ALBRIGHT 
District Superintendent 



DISTRICT CAMP MEETING 
North Reading, Mass. — June 24 - July 4 



WORKERS 

DR. I. C. MATHIS, Dallas, Tex. 
REV. HOWARD SWEETEN, Ashley, 111. 
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL 
MRS. MILDRED MAYBURY 



SINGERS 

CURTIS R. BROWN, Canton, O. 
FRANK C. SMITH, Portland, Me. 
YOUNG PEOPLE 
ARTHUR M. FALLON 



GOALS: Five New Churches — Two-Hundred-Fifty New Members 



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CONGRATULATIONS! CLASS OF '49 
from the 

(Eljurrlj ai ®he ^azar^nt 

466 MAIN STREET — "NEAR THE CENTER" 
Manchester, Conn. 

JAMES R. BELL, Minister 

ANNA FRENCH, Sec'y Phone 5259 GERTRUDE WILSON, Treas. 

"Hats Off To The Past, Coats Off To The Future" 



NEW HAVEN 
CHURCH of the NAZARENE 

79 Lawrence St. — New Haven 11, Conn. 

WILLIAM H. BENSON, Pastor 



Phone 76-0610 
2-6695 



Parsonage: 136 Helen Street 

Hamden 14, Conn. 



Compliments 






Compliments 


Church of the Nazarene 






FIRST 


FIRST STREET 


Church of the Nazarene 


Lowell, Mass. 






BATH, MAINE 


REV. D. WARD ALBRIGHT, Pastor 




Parsonage, 247 Beacon Street 


REV. CURTIS L. STANLEY 




77 Russell Street 




Bath, Maine 


Telephone 29342 





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COMPLIMENTS 



3Ftrat (Slljurrlj ai ®fje Nazarene 

Judson Square, Maiden, Mass. 



Pastor 
EDWARD EVERETTE MARTIN 

Minister of Youth 
J. HENRY KNOWLES 



CHURCH 
8 High Street 

Telephone Ma 4-0937 



PARSONAGE 

236 Hawthorne Street 

Telephone Ma 4-3290 



WEST SOMERVILLE, MASS. 

Church of the Nazarene 

Organized 1901 
Elm St. at Cutter Square 




BRYON H. MAYBURY 
Pastor 

"Where E.NO. students 
find a welcome." 



CONGRATULATIONS . . . 

AND 

A PRAYER FOR YOUR SUCCESS 

TO THE 

"CLASS OF 49" 

Church of the Nazarene 

Livermore Falls, Maine 

R. E. HOWARD, Pastor 



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BEST WISHES FROM 

WALTHAM CHURCH of the NAZARENE 

33 Myrtle Street Waltham, Mass. 



Sunday School 


10:00 A.M. 


Morning Worship 


11:00 A.M. 


N.Y.P.S: 


6:00 P.M. 


Evangelistic Service 


7:00 P.M. 


Prayer and Praise Thurs. 


7:30 P.M. 



ARMAND M. DOLL 
Minister 



We inviite you to visit us when you visit E.N.C. 



Sincere Good Wishes to the class of '49 From 

THE CHURCH of the NAZARENE 

HAVERHILL, MASS. 



JAMES MURRAY CUBIE, 
Pastor 



Greetings to the graduating class 

from the oldest church 

in our denomination 

THE PEOPLE'S CHURCH 
of the NAZARENE 

Corner of Ashmont & Plain Sts. 

Providence, R. I. 

Organized in July 1887 

REV. NYLES H. EATON, Pastor 

Holiness Unto The Lord, 

Is Our Watchword And Song. 



CLASS OF 1949 

GREETINGS 
FROM 

Church of the Nazarene 

Leicester, Vt. 



DEWITT C. DICKSON, Pastor 



You Are Never A Stranger Here 



CHURCH 

of the 

NAZARENE 




H'Touthful in Vision' 



W. E. CHAPMAN, 
Pastor 



15: 




Pastor 
I. E. WARNER TURPEL 



Dial 7-9545 



(Eljurrlj of ttUj? Na^amt? 

Spruce and Smith Streets 

PARSONAGE 62 STATE ST. 

Sunday Services 

Bible School 10 A.M. 

Morning Worship 11 A.M. 

Young People 6 P.M. 

Evening Worship 7 P.M. 

Thursday 

Prayer Meeting 7:30 P.M. 



CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '49 

A Free and Friendly Church in a Homey and Industrious City 

Radio Program, "Windows of Heaven" over WNBH 10:30 - 11 P.M .Sunday 



COMPLIMENTS OF THE 



176 SAWYER STREET 

SOUTH PORTLAND, MAINE 



"That in all things He might have the preeminence." 



A loyal church supporting an ever-growing E.N.C. We extend 
our congratulations to the class of '49, the Nautilus staff, the 
administration, faculty, and entire student body of our college. 



REV. H. B. WARD, Class of '29, Minister 



When in "Vacationland" stop and worship with us. 



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WOLLASTON 



(Eljitrrtj of ®lje Nagar^ne 



meeting in the 



COLLEGE AUDITORIUM 



Wendell Avenue near Sachem St. 



REV. J. GLENN GOULD, D.D., Pastor 



PROVIDING . . . 

An evangelistic and pastoral 
ministry for Wollaston. 



A church home for townspeople 
and for students of Eastern 
Nazarene College. 



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*^> 



KjreetinaS f-rom tru 



NEW YORK DISTRICT 

OSCAR J. FINCH, Superintendent 



G^T> 



..•mil- 

US** 




First Church of the Nazarene 

108th St. and 95th Ave. 

Richmond Hill, N. Y. 



In the midst of nearly eight 
millions of people of Greater 
New York City. 



"Enter into his gates 
with thanksgiving, 
and into his courts 
with praise." 

Psalms 100:4 



E. E. YOUNG, Pastor 
108-05 95th Avenue 
Richmond Hill 19, N. Y. 

Phone Virginia 9-5734 



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"SHOWERS OF BLESSING" 

(Eljurdj nf ©Ij? ^a^ar^n? 

BUTLER, NEW JERSEY 

and The Pastor 
REV. HOWARD R. OLSON 

EXTEND HEARTY CONGRATULATIONS 
TO THE CLASS OF '49 

"Holiness and Friendliness our Objectives" 

THE FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

KINGSTON, N. Y. 

(Gateway to the Catskills) 

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1949 

REV. KENNETH H. PEARSALL 
Pastor 

COMPLIMENTS 

FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

FAIRFAX AVENUE 

Middletown, New York 

H. L. REYNOLDS, Pastor W. C. READNER, S. S. Superintendent 

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(^onaratulatLond to i^ladd of 49 

FROM 

ONTARIO DISTRICT 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



Secretary 
H. V. MUXWORTHY 
Duke & Lowther Sts. 

Preston, Ont. 

Treasurer 

BRUCE T. TAYLOR 

90 Metcalfe St. 

Woodstock, Ont. 

Advisory Board 

ROBERT F. WOODS 

E. I. WILSON 

J. R. CROSS 

KENNETH OLSEN 




Dist. C. S. Board 

WILLLIAM 
SUMMERSCALES 
362 St. John's Rd. 

Toronto, Ont. 

W. F. M. S. 

MRS. L. W. COLLINS 

57 Brant Ave. 

Brantford, Ont. 

N. Y. P. S. 

ERNEST E. BODEN 

423 Main St. 

Toronto, Ont. 



District Superintendent 
A. ERNEST COLLINS 
57 Brant Ave., Brantford, Ont. 

Ontario District — A Mission field right at our door, presenting 
unusual opportunities, in the midst of fully modern and up-to-the- 
minute facilities, with an aggressive Home Mission Program. 

The Ontario District includes the Provinces of Ontario 
and Quebec, and has a population of approximately 
8,500,000 people, or two-thirds (%) of the entire popula- 
tion of the Dominion of Canada. It contains hundreds 
of prosperous towns and cities that have no Wesleyan 
Holiness Church. 

WANTED: Qualified Christian Workers who have the pre- 
paration, consecration, devotion, and zeal of a missionary to 
foreign fields. 

Write to: REV. A. E. COLLINS, District Superintendent, 
57 Brant Avenue, Brantford, Ont., Canada 



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CONGRATULATIONS 


MARITIME DISTRICT 




REV. J. H. MacGREGOR, 


FIRST CHURCH of the 


District Superintendent 
408 High Street 


NAZARENE 


Moncton, New Brunswick 




Canada 


LONDON, ONTARIO 






CONGRATULATIONS TO 


Where you are a 


CLASS OF '49 


Stranger, but once. 


We believe in E. N. C. 


PAUL MAYFIELD 


Attend our Assembly & Camp Meeting 


Pastor 


July 12-15-24 at 


WILLIAM BARTLETT 


PINE ISLAND 


N.Y.P.S. President 


Trenton, Nova Scotia 


REGINALD PAGE 


Canada 


Sunday School Superintendent 


DR. O. J. NEASE 


MRS. WILMA GRANT 
W.F.M.S. President 


General Superintendent 
Evangelist 


Glljurrl) of QJlj? Nazar^tu 


55 NORTH BENNETT STREET 


BRADFORD, PA. 


W. GORDON GRAVES, Pastor 


114 North Bennett Street 


Sunday School Superintendent — JOHN TRUBY 


N.Y.P.S. President — MRS. WILLIS DIETZ 


W.F.M.S. President — ESTHER FAIRBANKS 



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'A Revival in Every Church, and a Church in Every Town in the District" 



W.F.M.S. CONVENTION, 

DISTRICT ASSEMBLY, 

AND N.Y.P.S. CONVENTION 

JULY 18 TO 22 



SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION 

AND DISTRICT PREACHERS MEETING 

OCTOBER 24 TO 27 



PITTSBURGH DISTRICT 



(EljurrJi nf ®fy? Tfiazattm 



E.N.C. TRUSTEES 

R. F. HEINLEIN 
A. H. ELSEY 
MAURICE R. EMERY 
ROBERT M. INGLAND 




H. F. HEINLEIN 
Superintendent 



ADVISORY BOARD 

GEORGE O. COLE 
W. GORDON GRAVES 
MAURICE R. EMERY 
ROBERT M. INGLAND 



CAMP MEETING 

ALAMEDA CAMP GROUNDS 

BUTLER, PENNA. 

JUNE 30 TO JULY 10 



N.Y.P.S. INSTITUTE 
AUGUST 8 TO 13 



'WE CAN IF WE WILL - - WE CAN AND WE WILL" 



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CONGRATULATIONS 


CONGRATULATIONS 


CLASS OF 1949 




Church of the Nazarene 


TO THE GRADUATING CLASS 


520 NORTH CENTER ST. 




Grove City, Pa. 


OF 1949 






"Holiness Unto The Lord" 


Church of the Nazarene 


Sunday School Supt Paul Truran 


907 PENNA. AVE. EAST 


N.Y.P.S. President Jesse Matthews 


Warren, Penna. 


W.F.M.S. Pres ...Mrs. Margaret Montgomery 




Pastor.... Clarence E. Neiderhiser 


GORDON V. WOODS, Pastor 






"A Friendly Church — 




Where everyone is welcome" 


CIRCLEVILLE 




Church of the Nazarene 


CONGRATULATIONS 


REV. MERL M. BENNER 


GRADUATING CLASS OF 1949 


Pastor 




R D No 1 


Church of the Nazarene 


J. L . IV • i. ^ \-r • J. 

Irwin, Pa. 


907 Pennsylvania East 


Telephone 1785 


Warren, Pennsylvania 


God is Blessing and 
We are Progressing. 


CHURCH OFFICERS 


Glory! 


S.S. Supt. Rcnald Rieder 


! S.S. Supt. Mr. Elmer Whitehead 


N.Y.P.S. Pres. Mrs. Agnes McFarland 


N.Y.P.S. Pres. Miss Harriet Hainsey 


W.F.M.S. Pres. Mrs. Hannah Taylor 


W.F.M.S. Pres. Mrs. Olitha Bricker 




Secretary Mrs. Susan Yencso 
Treasurer Mr. Elmer Whitehead 


GORDON V. WOODS, Pastor 


"My House Shall be Called 


Phone 196 


the House of Prayer." Isa. 56-7 





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— ALWAYS BOOSTING E. N. C. — 
THE 

Washington Philadelphia District 

J. H. PARKER, District Superintendent 
G. E. HUDSON, Treasurer DONALD S. METZ, Secretary 



District Church School Chairman — JOHN Z. ANDREE 

District W.F.M.S. President — MRS. BESSIE J. BURGER 
District N.Y.P.S. President — EARL C. WOLF 



Advisory Board 

E. E. GROSSE 

F. D. KETNER 

G. E. HUDSON 
WILLIAM BORING 



E.N.C. Trustees 

I. H. PARKER 

E. E. GROSSE 

F. D. KETNER 
EARL C. WOLF 



DISTRICT CENTER 

Nazarene Campgrounds — North East, Maryland 



ANNUAL DISTRICT ASSEMBLY 
August 3-5 

ANNUAL DISTRICT CAMP MEETING 
August 5-14 

ANNUAL DISTRICT N.Y.P.S. INSTITUTE 
Campgrounds 



— FUTURE E.N.C'ers — 

BOYS' CAMP— July 11-15 GIRLS' CAMP— July 18-22 



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A Church Built by Faith. 
A Church that is Grow- 
ing by Faith. 
A Church that has Faith 
in ENC. 

Rev. Thomas S. Fowler, 

Pastor 
205 Fulton St. 
Hanover, Pa. 

'By Him therefore let 
us offer the sacrifice of 
praise to God continual- 
ly, that is, the fruit of 
our lips giving thanks to 
His name." 

(Heb 13-15) 



TRINITY CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

COR. E. MIDDLE & FULTON STS. 

Hanover, Pa. 



PHILADELPHIA FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

4643 N. FIFTH STREET 



Philadelphia, Pa. 




Church School 9:45 A.M. 

Worship 11:00 A.M. 

Senior-Junior N.Y.P.S. 7:00 P.M. 

Evangelistic Service 7:45 P.M. 

Prayer and Praise Thurs. 8:00 P.M. 

Teaching 

PERFECT LOVE 

in the City of 

Brotherly Love 




Russell G. Lengel, Pastor 
Phone Michigan 4-4918 



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REV. H. J. FELTER, Pastor 

THE FIRST CHURCH 
OF THE NAZARENE 

llth and WYOMING STREETS 

Allentown, Pa. 

Sponsored by 

ALLENTOWN NAZARENE 

YOUNG PEOPLE'S SOCIETY 



Compliments of 

FIRST CHURCH 
OF THE NAZARENE 

EASTPORT, MARYLAND 



REV. H. I. BASHAM 
Pastor 



This is Your Invitation 

To Attend The 

Church of the Nazarene 

Eighth and Olive Streets 

Coatesville, Pa. 



A Warm Welcome 
Awaits You Here 

Parsonage: 76 S. 8th Ave. 
Phone 1367 



Regular Services 

Sunday School 
Morning Worship 
Young People's Service 
Evanvelistic Service 
Mid-week Prayer Service 



9:30 A.M. 
10:45 A.M. 
6:45 P.M. 
7:30 P.M. 
7:45 P.M. 




Cosier A. Johnson, 
Pastor 



"Nearly all of God's jewels are chrystalized tears" 

IMMANUEL CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

DERSTINE and RICHARDSON AVENUES 

Landsdale, Pennsylvania 

REV. NELSON G. MINK, Minister 
"God has no road without its springs" 



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FIRST CHURCH 

of the 

NAZARENE 

Baltimore, Md. 



LureetinaS to two Po 



,t, 



inaS lo two former pastors 

NOW ASSOCIATED WITH E.N.C. 

DR. J. GLENN GOULD 
Vice Pres. E. S. PHILLIPS 



It is good to be back on the 
Eastern Educational Zone. 




DOT and CHET SMITH 



164 



WHEN YOU VISIT WASHINGTON, D. C. 
Worship in 

THE NATIONAL SANCTUARY 

of the 

CHURCH of the NAZARENE 

Downtown Washington — 7th and A Sts., N.E. 

(In the heart of the Nation's Capital) 




Ernest E. Grosse, 
Minister 



I ~?y iggg»»3) ] t v~ — 

~cr 




c *, 



Iblj v*# *** 



DDL 



£* 






A Sanctuary 
Dedicated to the 
Conservation and 
Propagation of 
Scriptural 
Holiness 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

The First Church of the Nazarene 

27th Street and Lincoln Avenue Camden, N. J. 

CHESTER M. WILLIAMS, Pastor 
Congratulation to the Class of '49 





aslpngtim itfaitlj Qlljurrij of ©Ij? TSnmvm? 

SEAT PLEASANT, MD. 



COLLINGDALE 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



MacDADE BLVD. — COLLINGDALE, PA. 



REV. F. D. KETNER, Pastor 




AN AGGRESSIVE, SPIRITUAL CHURCH WITH — 

Largest Sunday School attendance at 10:00 
Inspiring Sunday morning worship at 1 1:00 
Four Youth Groups meet Sunday night at 7:00 
Friendly — Evangelistic Services at 7:45 
Youth Choir — Miss Grace Sweigert, Organist 

"THE HOLINESS CENTER IN SUBURBAN PHILADELPHIA" 



166 




FIRST CHURCH 

OF THE 

NAZARENE 

Euclid Avenue 

& Hampton St., 

Trenton, N. J. 



When in the 
Capitol of the 
Garden State 



worship with us. 



REV. BOYD M. LONG, Pastor 



Compliments of the . . . 

Church of the Nazarene 

Pine and Freedley Streets 

Norristown, Pa. 




REV. EARL C. WOLF 
Pastor 

'When near Philadelphia — Visit Us' 



CONGRATULATIONS, CLASS OF '49 
"In the cross of Christ I glory" 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

DEEPWATER, N. J. 

KENNETH L. AKINS, Pastor 



CONGRATULATIONS 



ELMIRA CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



HOLDRIDGE AT CEDAR 



Parsonage — 813 BROADWAY 



Phone 2-2124 
ROBERT KETTERER, Sec'y 



JOHN TICE, S.S. Supt. 



ANTHONY B. SAMPSON, Pastor 



167 




(Being Constructed) 
Nazareth Pike and Woodlawn Avenue 

NAZARETH PIKE 

BETHLEHEM, PENNSYLVANIA 



EARL G. LUSK. Minister 



CONGRATULATIONS 



TO THE 



CLASS OF 1949 



Nazarene Young People's Society 

Royersford, Penna. 



168 




SOULS" 



WEST CHESTER 

(ttljurrij of iJlje Nazamte 

Whole-heartedly Committed 

to the 

"Mid-Century Crusade for Souls" 



PAUL S. COOK, Pastor 



An Invitation to Worship . . . 



(Hijttrrlj nf ®lj? 'Nazattm 




H. E. HECKERT 
Minister 



CONOWINGO ROAD 

BEL AIR, MD. 

Sunday School 

Worship 

Young Peoples 

Praise Service 

Evangelistic 

Mid Week Prayer Service 



YOUR PRESENCE IS APPRECIATED 



11:00 A.M. 
11:00 A.M. 

7:00 P.M. 

7:45 P.M. 

8:15 P.M. 

8:00 P.M. 



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A Jff. 




EASTERN NAZARENE COLLEGE 

SERVING THE YOUTH OF OUR CHURCH 

Summer Session begins June 13 
Freshman Week begins September 6 

REVIVAL DATES 

September 8-11 Opening Convention, Dr. O. J. Finch 

November 10-20 Fall revival, Dr. Roy Smee 

January 26 - 29 Week-end revival, Rev. H. Blair Ward 

March 20 - 24 John Gould Memorial Lectures and Holiness Convention, 
Dr. Paul S. Rees 



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Seniors of '49 



MAY GOD'S VERY BEST BE YOURS IN LIFE 



SIGMA 



Delta 



KAPPA 



CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS 

FROM THE 




Important Dates To Remember 

1492 — Columbus discovered America . . . 
1776 — Declaration of Independence . . . 
1918 — Eastern Nazarene College Founded . . . 
1949* — You, a class of Christian Men and Women 
Graduated from Eastern Nazarene College. 



171 




SIGMAS 

STRIVE 

FOR 

STUDENT 

SATISFACTION 



-Sigma Sam 



SIGMA DELTA SIGMA 




172 



QUINCY'S LARGEST AND 
MOST BEAUTIFUL 



FUNERAL HOME 
and CHAPEL 




DEWARE BROTHERS 

DONALD M. DEWARE 

and 
ROBERT W. DEWARE 

REGISTERED FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS 



173 



ARCH GEAR WORKS, Inc. 



GEARS 




SPROCKETS 
RACKS 


ii§ft?! 


GEAR CUTTING 




98 Holmes Street 


North Quincy 


President 


3-8801 



BEALE STREET PHARMACY 

Incorporated 

RUSSELL S. KEENE, Ph.G., Reg. Pharm., Mgr. 

661 Hancock, Cor. Beetle Street 
Wollaston, Mass. 



BETSY LEE SHOPPE 

11 Beale Street 
Wollaston, Mass. 

GR 2-5032 

"Where Classmates Meet" 

Dresses 

Sportswear 

Blouses 

Hosiery, Lingerie, Gloves 

"Priced to Your Budget" 



W. H. BEARD, D.M.D. 

1011 Beacon Street 
Boston, Mass. 



Felephone BE 2-1563 



Bolton -Smart 
Company, Inc. 

Wholesale Purveyors of Choice 

BEEF, LAMB, VEAL, PORK, POULTRY, FISH 
BUTTER, CHEESE, EGGS AND FROSTED FOODS 



17-25 SOUTH MARKET STREET 



BOSTON, MASS. 



Telephone: LAfayette 3-1900 



174 



J. BLOOM & CO. 


BOSTON CHINA CO. 


123-125 Pearl Street 


80-88 Portland Street 


Boston, Mass. 


Boston, Mass. 


Call GR 2-7500 


Patent Medicines Vitamins 


CALIFORNIA 
CLEANSERS & DYERS 


CARROLL 
CUT RATE PERFUMER 


Expert Tailoring and Repairing 


19 Beale Street 


STUDENT DISCOUNT 
15% 


Wollaston 


660 Hancock Street 
Wollaston, Mass. 


Cosmetics Films 


SCHOOL SUPPLIES REFRESHMENTS 


THE DUGDUT 


11 A friendly place to trade" 


CONGRATULATIONS TO 


THE SENIORS OF 1949 



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Compliments of . . . 

DEPENDABLE 
Launderers and Cleaners 

Cash and Carry Stores at 

63 Beale Street Wollaston 
560 Adams Street East Milton 
25 Quincy Avenue Quincy 

Telephone PR. 3-8922 


• Window Shades Window Screens • 

• Venetian Blinds Porch Screens • 

• Clidtwood Shades Screen Doers • 

• Combination Windows • 

EASTERN SHADE & SCREEN 

20 John Street 209 Iyanough Rd. 

NORTH QUINCY HYANNIS 
PR 3-6889 Hyannis 1885 


Compliments of . . . 

A FRIEND 


GIOVINO & CO. 

Established 1884 
Wholesale Grocers 

Also Complete Line of 
FRUIT and PRODUCE 

Serving New England for Over 60 Years 

19-21 Commercial Street 

BOSTON LA 3-5050 


Watches 

Hamilton Diamonds 
Elgin Silverware 
Waltham Gifts 
Parker Costume Jewelry 

Watch Repair . . . 

. . . whenever the timepiece needs 
attention, bring it in and let us put 
it right again. 

Parker "51" 

Gifts . . . 

... of all types for all tastes and 
at a price that fits your means. 

• 

RICHARD J. GORMAN 

23-A Beale Street - Wollaston 

PResident 3-5031 

1 


Ice Cream 
VISIT OUR DAIRY BAR 

"Made in Milton for Particular People" 
Delicious Food - Nicely Served 

Attractive Surroundings - Appealing Prices 
Business Men's Luncheon - Special Dinners 

Open Daily until 7 P.M. Except Monday 

Corner Central Avenue and Eliot Street 

Milton BLuehills 8-7850 

— =ft 



176 



Specializing in 
PROPERTY MANAGEMENT & MAINTENANCE 



W. H. HASLETT CO. 

Established 1891 

837 Hancock Street 

Wollaston, Mass. 

Telephones: PR 3-0883 - 3-0884 



Mason 



Plasterers 



Builders 



HANCOCK 
PAINT & VARNISH CO. 

53 West Squantum Street 
North Quincy, Mass. 



[7-1294 

Telephones, CApitol \ 7-1295 

7-1354 



HICKS & HDDGES CD. 



PURVEYORS OF FINE FOOD 



45 SOUTH MARKET STREET 

BOSTON 9, MASS. 



Office: GR 2-1910 Phones Home: PR 3-5388 

ERNEST C. HATCH 

Prescription Optician 

25 Beale Street 
Wollaston. Mass. 



JOHNSON'S FILLING STATION 

700 Hancock Street 

Wollaston, Mass. 



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THOS. F. KINNEALEY & CO. 

Wholesale Meats 

2 Faneuil Hall Market 

(South Side) 

Boston 9, Mass. 

Telephone LA 3-0370 


Telephone GR 2-8100 - 2-8101 

KARL'S 
AUTO BODY REPAIR CO.. Inc. 

23 Greenwood Avenue 

Wollaston, Mass. 

KARL A. KARIALAINEN, President 


EDWARD LEVENSON, Inc. 

Restaurant Equipment 

20 N. Washington Street 
Boston, Mass. 


LINCOLN PHARMACY 

ENC's most popular 

Drugstore 1 

716 Hancock Street 

Corner Elm Avenue 


THE MILLER PRODUCE COMPANY 

FANEUIL HALL 

BOSTON 9, MASSACHUSETTS 


ROGER W. MANN, M.D. 

Jeffersonville, Vermont 


WM. D. MICHAEL, O.D. 
WM. D. MICHAEL, JR., O.D. 

— Optometrists — 

1581 Hancock Street 
Quincy, Mass. 

Telephone: PR 3-6735 



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W. C. LAHUE INC. 




{^general L^ontractord 



LOWELL, MASSACHUSETTS 



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MERIT 
PAPER and CHEMICAL CORP. 

119 Pearl Street 
Boston 10, Mass. 


Have your radio repaired . . . 

All Labor and Parts Guaranteed 

AGENTS FOR: 

Zenith, R.C.A., Philco, Emerson, Admiral 
All Kinds Electrical Appliances 

MID-TOWN RADIO SERVICE 

649 Hancock Street Wollaston 

(Near Quincy Trust Co.) GR 2-6373 


Telephone GRanite 2-2640 

DR. JOSEPH E. McDERMOTT 

OPTOMETRIST 

665 Hancock Street 
Wollaston, Mass. 


GR 2-0392 Telephones PR 3-2054 

PATTERSON'S 
FLOWER SHOP 

1283 HANCOCK STREET 
Quincy 

CORSAGES PALMS 

Girls who care say 
"Get my corsage at Patterson's" 

ELSIE M. PATTERSON 
Proprietor 


Tel. GR 2-9404 GULF PRODUCTS 

PERHAM'S GULF SERVICE, Inc. 

Tires — Batteries — Accessories 
Carburetion — Ignition 

724 Hancock Street 

HAROLD H. PERHAM Wollaston, Mass. 


NELSON I. KENNETH H. 

RIGGS & SON 

— REALTORS — 

Insurance - Notary - Mortgages 

23 Beale Street, Wollaston, Mass. 

Managers — Odd Fellows Hall 
317 Newport Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 


RUSSELL FUNERAL HOME 

HAROLD A. THURSTON, Director 

— TWO FUNERAL HOMES — 

644 Hancock St. 

Wollaston, Mass. 

21 Franklin St. 

So. Quincy, Mass. 

Telephone GR 2-7423 
Service that Serves and Saves 



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NAZARENE PUBLISHING HOUSE 

2923 Troost Ave., Box 527, Kansas City, 10, Mo. 



102 East Colorado St. 
Pasadena 1, California 



1592 Bloor St., West 
Toronto, Ontario 



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RIDDER FARM STORE 
676 Hancock Street 

Wollaston's Finest 

SNACK and DAIRY BAR 
OPEN 8:30 P.M. — 10 P.M. 

'Where Quality is Our First Consideration 
Courteous Service is a Pleasure" 



BEST WISHES 

TO CLASS OF 1949 




OUINCYS FASHION UMl 



DR. EARL STONE 

-:- DENTIST -:- 

7 Elm Avenue 

Wollaston 



NORMAN B. SMALL CO. 

RECEIVERS OF 

Fancy Native and Western 
EGGS — BUTTER — POULTRY 

61 Chatham Street 

Boston, Mass. 



RIVAL FOODS, Inc. 

38 HENRY STREET 

Cambridge 39, Mass. 



ESTABLISHED 1863 

M. STOLL 6, CO.. Inc. 

WHOLESALE GROCERS 

Boston, Mass. 



SUPER MAFOS BRIQUETS 

plus 

SERVICE 

Exclusive Distributor 

W. C. BONNER CO. 

161 Edenfield Avenue 

Watertown, Mass. WA 4-0212 



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SHELDON W. LEWIS 




"WEDDING and PARTY SUPPLIES" 


SEARS ROEBUCK CO. 


Dennison Goods 
Practical Gifts 


1591 Hancock Street 


OFFICE AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES 
FOUNTAIN PENS AND STATIONERY 


Quincy, Mass. PR 3-9880 


— Greeting Cards — 

49 Beale Street Wollaston, Mass. 

Good Parking Shop with Pleasure 




Phone MA 9-0619 


ROBERT L. TOWNSEND 


M. N. PERKINS 


DISTRIBUTOR OF 


REPRESENTING 


General Foods 
Maxwell House Coffee 


University Cap and Gown Co. 

and 


11 Fairview Terrace 


M. N. Perkins Company 


Phone DE 2-2301 West Newton, Mass. 


Boston Massachusetts 




Cameras 


COMPLIMENT 


Motion Picture Equipment 


OF 


Photographic Supplies 


EDGAR T. P. WALKER | 






Printing and Developing 




Greeting Cards 


WOLLASTON 




DO-NUT SHOPPE, Inc. 


• 


Fresh Do-Nuts Twice Daily 




17 Beale Street 


WELCH'S 


Wollaston, Mass. 


CAMERA CENTER 


MA 9-1806 


680 Hancock St. Wollaston 



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WHEN IN NEED OF . . . 

Hardware Packard Paints 
Kitchenware Wall Paper 
Garden Supplies Glass 

THE NEW MODERN STORE 
"Easy Parking" 

Call GR 2-0041 

MacFARLAND'S 

11 Brook Street Wollaston, Mass. 


YOU ARE WELCOME 

at the 
QUINCY Y.M.C.A. 

Special Rates to Students 


DR. E. A. READ, M.D. 
Wollaston, Mass. 


WEBSTER-THOMAS CO. 

217 State St., Boston, Mass. 

Packers and Distributors 

MATCHLESS 
BRAND 
FOODS 

Teas - Coffees 

Canned Fruits 

Canned Vegetables 

Pickles - Relishes - Condiments 

Fancy Quality Throughout 


SPORTING GOODS 

Baseball-Golf-Tennis 

Archery - Fishing 

Badminton - Softball 

Equipment For Every Sport 

WM. WESTLAND & CO. 


We Extend Our Cordial and Sincere 

BEST WISHES 

TO THE CLASS OF '49 

WEYMOUTH GAZETTE PRESS 

Printers of Campus Camera 
WE 9-0145 

18-22 Station Street 

East Weymouth, Mass. 


Phone PR 3-2428 

WOLLASTON 
TAILOR and FURRIER 

T. KACHEL 

Tailoring and Remodeling 
In the latest styles 

690 Hancock Street 

Wollaston, Mass. 



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HOWARD JOHNSON'S 



FAMOUS ICE CREAM IN 



28 FLAVORS 



DEVOE'S DINING ROOM 

379 Hancock Street North Quincy 

Specializing in 

LOBSTER, STEAK and CHICKEN 
DINNERS 

A Cozy Dining Room with a Homey Atmosphere 

CATERING TO SPECIAL PARTIES 
OF ALL KINDS 

For Reservations call 

GRanite 2-9636 



PAY and TAKE FURNITURE CO. 

14 STORES 

SUPERB QUALITY! 
. Best Value . . . Compare! 

15 Billings Rd., N. Quincy 

Near Norfolk Downs Station 
PR 3-7140 



GOOD 
FOOD 



FOR 




PLEASED 
GUESTS 

john Sexton & to. 

CHICAGO-LONG ISLAND CITY 

DALLAS-ATLANTA-PITTSeURGH-DETROfl 



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101 YEARS 

EXPERIENCE TO HELP 

US SERVE YOU 

BETTER 



R P. HOOD a SONS 



MILK 



CREAM 



Most Beautiful Buy of All 

The 

1949 CHEVROLET 



Used Cars and Trucks 
with an OK that counts 



24 hour Towing Service 



Night Repair Service 



Genuine Parts - Accessories 
WHOLESALE — RETAIL 



GRANITE CHEVROLET 

338 Washington Street 

Quincy, Mass. 
PR 3-2310 

Where our customers send their friends 



Machines Sold on Budget Plan 

QUINCY TYPEWRITER 
SERVICE 

Typerwriters - Adding Machines 
and Supplies 

SOLD - RENTED - REPAIRED 

One Maple Street 

Quincy, Mass. 



GREETING CARD SHOP 

15 Beale Street 

Wollaston, Mass. 

The Most Complete Line 

of Greeting Cards 

on the South Shore 



STATIONARY 



LENDING LIBRARY 



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CLARK & SMITH, Inc. 


GENERAL CONTRACTORS 


1372 HANCOCK STREET 


QUINCY, MASS. 


Builders of Memorial Hall 


1 Compliments of . . . 




R. C. MATTHEWS 




Wholesale Confectionery 




75 Templeton Parkway 




Watertown, Mass. 


JOHN HAMRE & SONS 


WA 4-8494 


GENERAL 
CONTRACTORS 


CANDY FOR ALL OCCASIONS 






SO 8-1930-1931 

BOSTON SPRING BED MFG. 
COMPANY 


QUINCY, MASS. 




483 Southampton Street 

South Boston, Mass. 




Metal Bedding Products 




Distributors of 




HEWITT RESTFOAM RUBBER 




Manufacturers of Beds for Memorial Hall 



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UJour (^IcLdd 

PHOTOGRAPHER... 



The responsibility associated 
with such a title is no 
small task. 

A College Annual without 
photographs would indeed 
be dull. 

Therefore, we have tried 
to fulfill our photographic 
assignment with the careful 
attention necessary to assure you 
a pleasant and lasting memory 
of your days at E. N. C. 



3. HARVARD STUD I 



Official Photographer Since 1947 



669 BOYLSTON STREET 



BOSTON, MASS. 



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ESPECIALLY for YOU... 



• The making of College Annuals 
takes far longer than you 
think. 

• The co-ordination of photography, 
art work, engraving, printing and 
binding was entrusted to our 
skilled craftsmen who have 

been making college annuals 
for nearly a quarter of a 
century. 

• Together with the staff who 
have served you so well, we too 
share in the satisfaction of 
completing this book .... 



Especially for YOU 



f^aui ^J\. d5icLnchcLrcl, Jsnc. 



College Annuals 



669 BOYLSTON STREET 



BOSTON, MASS. 



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PHOTO -ENGRAVERS 




ROBERTS ENGRAVING COMPANY 



115 SAGAMORE STREET 




QUINCY 71, MASSACHUSETTS 



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Of our publisher, Paul K. Blanchard, who has so skillfully 
guided us in the technicalities of this project, manifesting his 
personal interest and pleasant manner throughout. 

Of our photographer, "Charlie" Ianello of the Harvard 
Studios, who does not know how to say v, No" and who loses 
neither his patience nor his smile nor his ability to produce the 
best in photography whatever the circumstances. 

Of the Roberts Engraving Company with whom we have 
had no personal contact, but whose skillful photo-engraving has 
completed the "big three" in the production of our annual. 

Of Bryon L. Smith and his determination to please with 
his aerial photography. 

Of Dean Bertha Munro who so understandingly gave the 
editorial staff free creative rein yet guided us with her sincere 
and constructive criticism. 

Of professor J. R. Naylor who kept the financial depart- 
ment on a sound operating basis. 

Of all those students and professors who aided us in 
many ways great and small . . . 



We C^xtend . . . 



In recognition of the integral part which you have played, 
our sincere and heartfelt thanks. 

THE 1949 NAUTILUS STAFF 



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STAINED GLASS WINDDWS 



Exquisite stained glass windows designed 
and executed to suit the architecture of 
your building. Prices vary according to 
the size and intricacy of detail. 

Imported, antique glass and expert 
craftsmanship assure unsurpassed beauty. 
Send for your copy of our brochure, 
"Stained Glass." 



CHURCH FURNITURE 

Our church furniture is distinctive and 
beautiful, in authentic period designs. Su- 
perb hand carving and expert craftsmanship 
make our communion tables, seats, pulpits 
and other ecclesiatical furnishings well suited 
for their high purpose. We can plan our 
products to match your present furnishings. 
Send for our free catalogue. 



WHITTEMORE 

ASSOCIATES, INCORPORATED 

16 ASHBURTON PLACE BOSTON 8, MASS. 



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Akers, Charles 
Allen, Frances 
Babcock, Wm. J. V. 
Blaney, Harvey 
Cove, Edith 
Davis, Elizabeth 
Delp, George 
Dixon, Wallace 
Dygoski, Louise 
Goodnow, Edith 
Goodnow, Kent 
Gould, J. Glenn 
Groves, Vernon T. 
Harris, Mary 
Hathaway, Kenneth 
Lechner, Hadrian 
Lingford, Doris 
Lunn, Mervel P. 
Mann, Edward 
Marple, Olive 
Maybury, Calvin 
Maybury, Robert 
McFarland, Elizabeth 
Morfensen, Grace 
Mortensen, Robert 
Mullen, Jean 
Mullen, Wilbur 
Munro, Bertha 
Naylor, Jasper 
Nease, Madeline 
Park, Miriam 
Parsons, Rolland 
Phillips, Everett 
Rankin, Andrew 
Rothwell, Helen 
Rothwell, Mel-Thomas 
Shields, Fred 
Shields, Hester 
Shrader, James 
Soteriades, Evangelos 
Spangenberg, Alice 
Tyson, Luther 
Umstead, Grace 
Williamson, Esther 



243 Marlboro St., Wollaston 

23 E. Elm Ave., Wollaston 

I 14 Willet St., Wollaston 

43 Hamilton St., Wollaston 

124 Phillips St., Wollaston 

10 Watkins St., Wollaston, 

56 Bromfield St., Wollaston 

Beach, St., Wollaston 

20 Pickens St., Wollaston 

158 Waterston Ave., Wollaston 

158 Waterston Ave., Wollaston 

29 Dunbarton Rd., Wollaston 

98 Phillips St., Wolaston 

90 Franklin Ave., Wollaston 

247 Sea St., Quincy 

134 Grand View Ave., Wollaston 

26 Blake St., Wollaston 

30 Ebbett Ave., Wollaston 

41 W. Elm Ave., 

98 Phillips St., 

82 Chandler St., W 

160 Waterston Ave. 

23 E. Elm Ave. 

7 Hallet St., Dorcheste 

7 Hallet St., Dorcheste 

23 E. Elm Ave., 

23 E. Elm Ave., 

90 Franklin Ave. 

97 Willow St., 

92 Franklin Ave. 

92 Franklin Ave. 

102 Hamden Circle 

57 Ellington Rd. 
49 Florence St. 

125 Lincoln Ave. 

125 Lincoln Ave. 

100 Hamden Circle, Wollaston, 

100 Hamden Circle, Wollaston 

90 Winthrop Ave., Wollaston 

105 Willow Ave 

81 Davis St 

477 Beacon 

200 Marlboro St 

23 E. Elm Ave 



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Abel, David 
Ackerman, Ruth 
Adams, Nathan 
Albright, Eileen 
Aldridge, David 
Alexander, Douglas 
Allen, Arthur 
Allen, Frances 



101 North Alton, Indianapolis, Ind. 

814 Savin Ave., West Haven, Conn. 

236 Franklin St., Framingham, Mass. 

19 Keniston Rd., Melrose, Mass. 

138 Franklin Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

1858 Aird Ave., Montreal, Que., Canada 

23 East Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

23 East Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 



Allen, James 
Allen, Lorna 
Allen, Ruth 
Allison, Beulah 
Allison, Richard 
Anderson, Jean 
Anderson, Lois 65 
Andrews, David 
Andrews, Lois 
Ardrey, Alexander 
Armstrong, Pearl 
Ashley, Geraldine 



Babcock, John 
Bailey, Ernest 
Bailey, Lois 
Bailey, Russell 
Bailley, Vera 
Baker, James 
Balcom, Lincoln 
Balwit, Violet 
Banham, Edwin 
Banham, Grace L 
Barrueto, R. 3rd Ave 
Bartch, Paul 
Basham, Paul 
Bauer, June 
Beach, Norma 
Bedell, June 
Bennett, Betty 
Bennett, Maxwell 
Bergers, Paul 
Bernard, Eleanora 
Berry, Bruce 
Berry, Richard 
Betts, Ruby 
Betts, Stella 
Bigelow, Emily 
Blachly, Wesley 
Black, Andrew 
Black, Ollie 
Black, Paul 
Blauser, Dorothy 
Bloye, Jean 
Boozell, Bernice 
Bourne, Charles 
Bowlby, Paul 
Brackett, Gloma 
Bradley, Carroll 
Bradley, Marjorie 
Brake, Jeanette 
Brewster, Ralph 
Bricker, John 
Brickley, Elizabeth 
Brickley, Helen 
Brickley, Sarah 
Brigham, Muriel 
Brodhead, Charles 
Brooks, Howard 
Brown, Arthur 
Brown, Colleen 
Brown, Marilyn 



67 Grover St., Springfield, 'Mass. 

R. #1, Claremont, N. H. 

18 School St., Lisbon Falls, Me. 

Grove City, Pa. 

Grove City, Pa. 

10 Landers Rd., Wollaston, Mass. 

Richmond Hill Rd., New Canaan, Conn. 

34 Warwick St., Wollaston, Mass. 

445 Washington St., Roversford, Pa. 

6 Ebbett Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

Davidson, Que., Canada 

41 I W. 30th St., Ashtabula, Ohio 



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Wilmington, New York 

40 South Russell St., Boston, Mass. 

704 Cherry St., Lomar, Mo. 

2130 Clarkson, Tremont, Nebr. 

Box 374, Irwin, Pa. 

I I Patterson St., Dorchester, Mass. 

8 Beech St., Cambridge 

2301 William St., Schenectady, N. Y. 

89 Bickwell St., Quincy, Mass. 

200 Marlboro St., Wollaston, Mass. 
. South No. I 18, Guatemala, City, C. A. 

30 Kemper St., Wollaston, Mass. 

711 Severn Ave., Eastport, Md. 

55 West Street, Methuen, 'Mass. 

952 Stiles St., N.W., Warren, Ohio 

413 Laverock Dr., Owosso, Mich. 

97-18 130th St., Richmond Hill, N. Y. 

97-18 130th St., Richmond Hill, N. Y. 

2738 Glenmawr Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

2738 Lincoln Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

612 Lincoln Ave., Saugus, Mass. 

48 Hodgkins St., Portland, Me. 

2288 7th St., Akron, Ohio 

2288 7th St., Akron, Ohio 

Monument Beach, Mass. 

44 Martin St., West Haven, Conn. 

3718 Sunset, Youngstown, Ohio 

4304 Southern Blvd., Youngstown, Ohio 

840 Beckford St., New Castle, Pa. 

R. #1, Oil City, Pa. 

342 Main St., Toronto, Ont., Canada 

314 W. Grant St., New Castle, Pa. 

14 Mayfair St., Roxbury, Mass. 

603 Broadway, Wellsville, Ohio 

4 Victoria St., Lowell, Mass. 

24 Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

2013 N. 21st St., Arlington, Va. 

201 Samuel Ave., Ashtabula, Ohio 
12 Bellvale St., Maiden, Mass. 

RD. #1, Irwin, Penn. 

291/2 S. Bentley St., Niles, Ohio 

29 l / 2 S. Bentley St., Niles, Ohio 

29'/ 2 S. Bentley St., Niles, Ohio 

289 Pleasant St., Belmont .Mass. 

49 Adams Ave., Souderton, Pa. 

Altona, N. Y. 

Jerome, Pa. 

Waterville, Vt. 

Bruin, Pa. 



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Brown, Marion 
Brown, Paul 
Brown, William 
Bruce, Charles 
Bruce, Constance 
Bruce, Emma Jane 
Bruce, John 
Bruce, Marian 
Bruce, Roy 
Bryan, Jean 
Bryner, Gene 
Bryner, John 
Bula, Ronald 
Bunts, Larry 
Burdett, Mary-Esiher 
Burnite, Mabel 
Burton, John 
Buxton, Hazel 



454 East St., Clinton, Mass. 

231 Juanita St., Boswell, Pa. 

89 Bicknell St., Quincy, Mass. 

818 Broadhead Rd., Aliquippa, Pa. 

26 George St., Marysville, N.B., Canada 

126 2nd St., St. Marys, W. Va. 

126 2nd St., St. Mar,s, W. Va. 

126 2nd St., St. Marys, W. Va. 

20 Arnold Rd., North Quincy, Mass. 

Scranton, Kansas 

R. #1, Claysville, Pa. 

R. #1, Claysville, Pa. 

101 Alton Ave., Indianapolis, Ind. 

Tully, N. Y. 

West Main St., Gouverneur, N. Y. 

708 Price St., West Chester, Pa. 

342 Webster Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. 

RFD. flfrl, Madison, Maine 



Caldwell, William 
Calhoun, Ardith 
Cameron, James 
Campbell, E. Ray 
Carnobas, Miriam 
Carr, Victor 
Cerrato, Rocco 
Chalfant, Betiy 
Charlton, Roberi- 
Chatto, Philip 
Checkley, John 
Christensen, Belle 
Christensen, Betty Ruth 
Christensen, Robert 
Clark, Milton 
Clark, Rober!" 
Clifford, Margaref 
Clifton, Naomi 
Clingerman, Kermir 
Colby, Esther 
Cole, Paul 
Coller, Charles 
Conser, Bowen 
Cooper, Henry 53 S 
Copeland, Norman 
Corvese, Ernest 
Cove, Richard 
Cramer, Edward 
Crawford, Gloria 
Croucher, Elizabeth 
Crutcher, Lowell 
Cubie, David 
Cunningham, C. 



99 Francis Ave., Pawhucket, R. I 

105 Mechanic St., Harrington, Del 

322 Washington St., Bath, Maine 

R.D. #2, Portersville, Pa 

631 N. 10th St., Reading, Penn. Pa 

Ararat, Va 

65 Burlington Ave., Bridgeton, N. J 

471 So. Osborn Ave., Kankakee, III 

247 Farrington St., Wollasron, Mass 

R. $b, Augusta, Maine 

6 Bennett St., South Portland, Maine 

Altona, N. Y. 

Altona, N. Y. 

Box 52, Altona, N. Y. 

138 Weirfield St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

138 Weirfield St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

493 Mill St., New Bedford, Mass. 

R.D. #3, Danville, Pa. 

R. #1, Poland, Ohio 

R.D. #2, Ashtabula, Ohio 

670 Duncan Ave., Washington, Pa. 

6 Apthorp St., Wollaston, Mass. 

160 Waterston Ave., Wollaston 

Clair Gardens, Toronto, Ont., Canada 

53 Phillips St., Wollaston, Mass. 

71 Sycamore St., Providence, R. I. 

Wilbraham Academy, Wilbraham, Mass. 

R.D. #2, Homer City, Pa. 

Rt. #1, Box 185, Chester, W. Va. 

88 Oakland Rd., Halifax, N.S., Canada 

5 Randlett St., Wollaston, Mass. 

8 Taft Ave., Haverhill, Mass. 

743 Rudolph Ave., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 



Dammes, Barbara 140-28 157 St., Jamaica, N. Y. 

Darling, Eloise 341 Preble S;., So. Portland, Maine 

Darling, Harold 9 Leonard Rd., Melrose, 'Mass. 

Darsch, Donald 5302 Elsrode Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

Davis, Donald 15 Mapleshade Ave., East Longmeadow, Mass. 
Davis, Evelyn 15 Mapleshade Ave., East Longmeadow, Mass. 



Debar, Frank 
Dell, Edward 
Dell, Shirley 
Delp, Jean 
De Mott, Dolores 
Desjardine, Millie 
Dickinson, Margaret 
Dinsmore, Raymond 
Dobson, Carol 
Dodson, Florabelle 



99-22 67 Rd., Forest Hills, N. Y. 

422 Pharr Rd., Decatur, Ga. 

422 Pharr Rd., Decautr, Ga. 

645 N. 16 St., Allentown, Pa. 

604 A St., S.E., Washington, D.C. 

Dashwood, Ont., Canada 

Venice Center, N. Y. 

10 Grand View Ave., Wollas L on, Mass. 

21 Bloomfield St., Lynn, Mass. 

288 Third St., Vintondale, Pa. 



Dohanian, Zaven 52 Cedar St., Somerville, Mass. 

Doll, Armand 33 Myrtle St., Waltham, Mass. 

Domingues, Frank 95 Jenney St., New Bedford, Mass. 

Donley, John Ridge Rd., M.C., Warren, Ohio 

Dorsett, Frances Minden, W. Va. 

Douglas, Bonnie 4 Genesee Ave., Binghamton, N. Y. 

Duncan, James 457 Newport Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

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Eisenbise, Charles R.D. $3, Norristown, Pa. 

Elliott, P. 23 E. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass., c/o E.N.C. 



Emery, Edith 
Emery, Marilyn 
Emrick, Nellie 
Erbe, Paul 
Esselstyn, Anne 
Eto, Mitsuko 
Ewing, Mary Jane 

Fader, Wesley 
Feil, Beulah 
Ferrioli, Bernice 
Flemming, Barbara 
Flemming, Floyd 
Fliger, Eddie 
Forbush, Roger 
Friend, Ruby 
Fry, Theona 
Fulmer, Kenneth 



Gale, Irma 
Gallup, Wendell 
Gardiner, Claudine 
Gardner, Beulah 
Gardner, Elinor 
Gardner, John 
Gates, Mildred 
Gavel, Hazel 
Gavette, Janice 
Gery, Ray 
Gibbs, Lillian 
Gibson, Evelyn 
Giles, Janice 
Gilmore, Laura 
Ginter, George 
Gleanson, Carlton 
Goff, William 
Golden, John 
Goodnow, Robert 
Goodwin, George 
Goresh, John 
Gracey, Betty 
Graeflin, Walter 
Grant, Bertram 
Graves, James 
Gray, Fred 
Gray, Paul 
Greene Max 
Greenfield, Audrey 
Gribben, George 
Griffith, Anna 

Grosse, Robert 
Groves, Mildred 



Haight, Joan 
Hall, Jean 
Hall, Marjorie 
Hance, Catherine 
Haneline, Calvin 
Haner, Everett 



Fort Fairfield, Maine 

25 Franklin St., Warren, Pa. 

1200 Franklin, Pittsburgh 21, Pa. 

Robbinsville, New Jersey 

23 E. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

1413 State Rd„ Seabrook, N. J. 

R.D. #1, Polk, Pa. 

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120 Josephine Ave., Somerville, Mass. 

360 Union Ave., Lynbrook, N. Y. 

50 Clapp St., Dorchester, Mass. 

34 Warwick St., Wollaston, Mass. 

34 Warwick St., Wollaston, Mass. 

Rt. 2, Box 567, Auburn, California 

191 Palmer St., Quincy, Mass. 

Acosta, Pa. 

R.D. #2, LaFayette, N. Y. 

R. 60, Allen l own, Pa. 

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15 Endicott St., Pittsfield, Mass. 

84 So. Main St., Danielson, Ct. 

112 Evergreen St., DuBois, Pa. 

Island Pond, Vt. 

Island Pond, Vt. 

508 Cove Rd., Weirton, W. Va. 

5IAtherton, Saugas, Mass. 

Lower School St., Sanford, Mass. 

459 Preble St., Portland, Maine 

628 Hibberd Ave., Collingdale, Pa. 

Letart, W. Va. 

I 182 Kohler Ave., Akron, Ohio 

Route 3, Skowhegan, Maine 

99 E. Main St., Marlton, N. J. 

Hughesville, Pa., RD #1 

19 Academy Ave., Providence, R. I 

101 Ausdale Rd., Cranston, R. I 

1609 19th Street ,S.E. Washington, D. C 

158 Waterston Ave., Wollaston, Mass 

40 Phillips Ave., Norwood, Mass 

167 Van Buren St., Cone, Pa 

Robertsdale, Pa 

126 South St., Wellington, Ohio 

26 Anderson St., Portland, Maine 

R. $ I , Franklin, Tenn. 

7012 F. St., Washington 19, D. C. 

63 South Main St., Uxbridge, Mass. 

37 Arthur St., Quincy, Mass. 

128 Wilkshire Ave., Toronto, Canada 

25 ' Dickey Ave., Warren, Ohio 

R. D. #4, Parkview Farm Rd., 

West Chester, Pa. 

33 11 Gainesville St., S.E. Wash., D.C. 

319 Homan Ave., Chicago 24, III. 

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21 Woodworth Ave., Painesville, Ohio 

361 Riverside Drive, Johnson City, N.Y. 

Notre Dame St., Fort Edward, N.Y. 

2654 Harlem Ave., Baltimore 16, Md. 

1277 Weiser Ave., Akron, Ohio 

60 Roxborough St., W., Toronto, Canada 



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Hardy, Deane 
Harris, Austin 
Haselkamp, Marie 
Haselton, Charles 
Hathaway, Dudley 
Hathawa/, Faiih 
Hathaway, Kenneth 
Hayden, Richard 
Haymaker, Ruth 
Hays, Davis 
Heckman, Donald 
Henck, Eunice 
Henck, Roy 
Hennen, Donald 
Henry, Linwood 
Herrington, Beverly 
Hersey, Clifford 
Heurlin, Victor 
Hicks, Esther 
Hilgar, Gilbert 
Hilkert, Dale 
Hill, Cleone 
Hill, Kenneth 
Hill, Susan 
Hiltz, Frank 53 

Hilyard, Elsie 
Himes, Bernice 
Hodges, Barbara 
Holloway, Warren 
Holstead, John 
Hood, Russell 
Home, Eileen 
Huber, Wilda 
Hudon, Barbara 
Hughes, Arthur 
Huna, Frederick 
Hunt, Shirley 
Hutcheon, Roy 

Ingland, Robert 
lott, Beverly 



10 Grandview Ave., Quincy, Mass. 

169 Harriet St., South Portland, Me. 

Winterport, Maine 

Wilmington, New York 

201 Newport Ave., Wollaston; Mass. 

201 Newport Ave., Wollasi-on, Mass. 

247 Sea Street, Quincy, 'Mass. 

9 New Hampshire Ave., Haverhill, Mass. 

1795 Sedro St., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 

1629 Third St., New Brighton, Pa. 

I 136 Elwell St., PiKsburgh 7, Pa. 

Darlington, Md. 

811 Salem Ave., Hagerstown, Md. 

R. D. #1, Washington, Pa. 

97 Douglas Si-., Uxbridge, Mass. 

635 James, Syracuse, N. Y. 

6901 Reisterstown Rd., Baltimore, Md. 

739 West St., Braintree, Mass. 

24 Connell St., Lowell, Mass. 

W.Sunbury, Pa. 

R. D. #3, Lewisburg, Pa. 

5714 - 13th St., N.W. Washington, D. C. 

R. D. #1, Peninsula, Ohio 

Tuscarawas, Ohio 

Darrow St., Houghs Neck, Quincy, Mass. 

Fort Fairfield, Maine 

II Sanger Ave., New Hartford, N. Y. 

605 - 5th St., Charleston 4, W. Va. 

R. #1, Lisbon, Ohio 

l7'/2 Coleman Ave., Toronto, Canada 

R. D. #1, Huntington, Pa. 

2 Kittredge Rd., So. Portland, Maine 

360 Union Ave., Lynbrook, N. Y. 

Box 29, Dennisport, Mass. 

134 Prospect St., Wollaston, Mass. 

93 E. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

Box 197, Vienna, Virginia 

4 N. Cenrtal St., Peabody, Mass. 

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322 Meadow Ave., Charleroi, Pa. 
46 High Street, Livermore Falls, Me. 



Jackson, Julian 
Jackson, Robert 
James, William 
Janavek, Robert 
Jewett, Lloyd 
John, Floyd 
Johnson, Norma 
Jones, DeRand 
Jones, Martha 492 
Jones, Robert 
Jones, Sally 
Jordick, Firl 
Jov, Marvin 



Kauffman .Paul 
Keith, Pauline 
Keith, Clara 
Kelley, James 
Kelly, Doris 
Kemner Margaret 
Kenjockety, Jesse 
Kereluik, Donald 
Kerns, Allen 
Keys, Clifford I 

Kierstead, Marjorie 
Kimble, Arthur 
Kinney, Alverda 



Waterville, Vt. 

1717 Grove St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

608 Belmont Ave., Toledo, Ohio 

5145 Main, Nashville, Mich. 

18 Walcott Rd., Danvers, Mass. 

801 Jefferson St., Gary, Ind. 

R.F.D. #6, Washington, Pa. 

701 East Lincoln Way, Lisbon, Ohio 

I Kentucky Ave., So. Charleston, W. Va. 

2407 Aronah Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

R.F.D. #3, Portland, Maine 

R.F.D. #4, Bellaire, Ohio 

Hollywood, Md. 

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942 Oak St., Allentown, Pa. 

R.D. # 2, Box 13, Portage, Pa. 

Jerome, Pa. 

1009 Pierce- Ave., Toronto, Ohio 

25 Belmont St., Reading, Mass. 

1605 W. Main St., Norristown, Pa. 

Box 62, Red House, New York 

91 Fourth Ave., Ottowa, Canada 

7612 Chalfonte, Detroit 21, Mich. 

737 W. Mistletoe St., San Antonio, Tex. 

Story Brook Rd., Westford, Mass. 

R.D. #2, Horseheads N. Y. 

425 Junior Ave. Morgantown, W. V. 



Kish Frank 
Kish, Marion 
Knepper, Ralph 
Kuschner, Allard 



Larkin, Greg 
Lau, Freda 
LaVigne, Leon 
Lawhead, Alvin 
Leasure, Erma 
LeFever, Jane 
Lewis, Margaret 
Libby, Evelyn 
Lick, Paul 
Lineman, Myron 
Lingford, Doris 
Lockhart, Donald 
Lockhart, Paul 
Long, Harold 
Long, Iris 
Long, Russell, 
Lorenz, Frederick 
Lusk, William 
Lutz, Robert 



McAfee, Ellsworth 
McCabe, Gardner 
McClung, Alton 
McGill, Lois 
McGill, Regina 
Mcllwain, Arthur 
McKenney, Pearl 
McKenzie, Howard 
McLain, Neale 
McLain, Roy 
McNeely, Robert 
MacLeod, Myrtle 
MacCallum, Doris 
MacDonald, Robert 
MacPherson, Priscill 



Mann, George 
Martin, Rose 
Masters, Velma 
■Matheson, Agnes 
Maybury, Martha 
Maywood, Ruth 
Merchant, Violet 
Merritts, Althea 
Mikulec, William 
Miller, Kenneth 
Miller, Rayma 
Montgomery, Robert 
Morales, Sarah 18 

Morris, Donald 
Morris, Leona 
Morrison, David 
Mullen, Laurence 
Murdock, Janice 
Musnug, Marie 
Myers, Margaret 

Najarian, Berge 
Nakamoto, George 
Naylor, Beulah 
Neal, Alden 
Neal .Paul 
Nease, Helen 
Newell, John Scott 



9A Landers Rd., Wollaston, Mass. 

Mt. Pleasant Ave., Wharton, N. J. 

Waterfall, Pa. 

R.F.D #1, Burton, Ohio 

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63 Everett St., Arlington, Mass. 

Forry Ave., Hanover Pa. 

1215 City St., Utica 4, N. Y. 

R.D. #1, Alum Bank, Pa. 

706 Main St., Toronto, Ohio 

611 N. Christian St., Lancaster, Pa. 

43 Farrar Ave., Hyde Park, Mass. 

1803 Washington Ave., Portland, Maine 

17 Monroe St., Freemansburg, Pa. 

200 N. Main St., Bolivar, N. Y. 

St. Paul, Nebraska 

Route I, Castile, N. Y. 

R.D. #1, Castile, N.Y. 

429 Monroe St., Massillon, Ohio 

Marshallville, Ohio 

429 Monroe St., Massilon, Ohio 

96 Third Ave., Ottawa, Canada 

1412 High St., Bethlehem, Pa. 

76 Birchbrow Ave., N. Weymouth, Mass. 

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129 Green St., Fairhaven, Mass. 

20 Latham Court, Burlington, Vt. 

6562 Roosevelt Ave., Charleston, W. Va. 

1006 Eleventh St., N.W. New Phila., Ohio 

1006 Eleventh St., N.W. New Phila., Ohio 

385 Bridge Ave., Windsor, Canada 

Box 75, Gales Ferry, Conn. 

R. #2, Fillmore, N.Y. 

34 Warwick St., Wollaston, Mass. 

706 Elm St., Endicott, N. Y. 

140 Summit Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

40 Pleasant St., Quincy, Mass. 

286 East St., E. Walpole, Mass. 

126 Orchard St., Somverille, Mass. 

1813 Albany St., Schenectady, 

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29 Raymond Ave., Somerville, 

248 N. Baldwin St., Johnson City 

309 Main St., Toronto 

48 Cummings Ave., Quincy Mass. 

82 Chandler St., W. Somerville, Mass. 

680 Indian Rd., Toronto., Canada 

Cobham Park Rd., Warren, Pa. 

517 S. Broadway, Butler, Ind. 

1625 Aberdeem Ave., Columbus, Ohio 

27 Hilda St., Quincy, Mass. 

3994 East 91st St., Cleveland, Ohio 

Chatham, Pa. 

Barriada Boringuen, Ponce, Puerto Rico 

Bergholz, Ohio 

Berghoz, Ohio 

Westchester, Nova Scotia, Canada 

Meductic, N. B. Canada 

144 Hollis Ave., Boston, Mass. 

123 Market St., Scottsdale, Pa. 

8 MacDonald St., Plattsburg, N.Y. 

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110 Pond St., Medway, Mass. 

920 H. Austin Lane, Honolulu, Hawaii 

35 Kimball St., Richmond, Me. 

4 Park St., Saugus, Mass. 

4 Park St., Saugus, Mass. 

92 Franklin Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 



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165 Fulton St., Farmingdale, N.Y. 



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Newton, Naomi 
Nichols, Shirley 
Nicholson, Harvey 
Nickerson, Jean 
Noffle, John 



802 North St., Endicott, N.Y. 

Flanders, New Jersey 

West Alexander, Pa. 

82 Paris St., Medford, Mass. 

1468 Eastern Ave., Maiden, Mass. 



Oddo, Anthony Petiibone Rd., Solon, Ohio 

Oddo, Grace Pettibone Rd., Solon, Ohio 

Oney, Mary Ruth 5008 Virginia Ave., Charleston 4, W. Va. 
Oxley, Ruth Apt. 74, Kenna Dr., So. Charleston, W. Va. 



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Palmer, Rebecca 
Park, Martha 
Park, Miriam 
Parker, Joseph 
Parks, George 
Parks, William 
Parkyn, Fred 
Parry, Harold 
Parsons, Ruth Elain 
Pauli, Marian 
Payne, Emily 
Peoples, Phoebe 
Perry, Grace 
Peryea, Clifford 
Petry, William 
Phelps, Richard 
Pickens, Laura Jan 
Pinkerton, Franklin 
Pratt, Gloria 
Primrose, Margare 
Prosoori, Llovd 



Ramsey, Evelyn 
Randall, Carol 
Ransom, Elaine 
Reed, Donald 
Reed, Elva 
Reed, Nancy Lee 
Remmy, Mary 
Retter, Don 



ce, Gene 

ce, Jean 

ch, Albert 

ch, Harry 

chards, Marjorie 

chardson, Betty 

ckey, Howard 

ggs, Olen 
Robb, Margaret 
Roberts, Viola 
Robinson, Bradford 
Robinson, Kenneth 
Rogers, Clara 
Rogers, Frances 
Rugg, Floyd 



916 Buckeye St., Warren, Ohio 

38 Washington Blvd., Bellmore, L. I., N.Y. 

Washington Blvd., North Bellmore, N.Y. 

P.O. Box 272, East Akron, Ohio 

R.D. #2, Belle Vernon, Pa. 

1195 Cleveland Ave., Salem, Ohio 

207 N. Hickory St., Mt. Carmel, Pa. 

28 Ebbett Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

102 Hamden Circle, Wollaston, Mass. 

13518 Beaumont St., Cleveland 12, Ohio 

2609 Branch Ave., S.E. Washington, D. C. 

Box 168, Fishkill, N.Y. 

Depot St., East Wareham, Mass. 

R. #1, West Chazy, New York 

Romney, W. Va. 

726 Union St., Warren, Ohio 

157 N. Liberty St., Waynesburg, Pa. 

17 W. 3rd St., Media, Pa. 

20 Prince St., Danielson, Conn. 

Primrose, Nebraska 

R.D. #2, Urichsville, Ohio 



Route 3, Richmond, Ky. 

R.D. #1, Island Falls, Maine 

R.F.D. #1, Box 94, Saranac Lake, N.Y. 

3 14 Ridgeway Ave., East Liverpool, Ohio 

637 Norway Ave., Trenton, N. J. 

815 View St., Hagerstown, Md. 

510 Lancaster Rd., Marietta, Ohio 

21 Stanley St., So. Portland, Me. 

R.D. #1, Franklin, Pa. 

R.D. if \ , Frederickstown, Pa. 

Livermore Falls, Me. 

R.D. jf \ , Carmichaels, Pa. 

371 Northampton St.-, Boston, Mass. 

23 Copley St., Wollaston, Mass. 

900 Hill Ave., Wilkinsburg, Pa. 

Bethany, Oklahoma 

R.D. #1, Huntin q ton, Pa. 

88 Sycamore St., Crown Point, Ind. 

Vineyard Haven, 'Mass. 

5 Howe St., Milton, Mass. 

Vermontville, N. Y. 

198 E. North St., Ilion, N. Y. 

R.D. #1, Box 74, Grantsville, Ind. 



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Scott, Willis M.C. 52, Valley Camp St., Warren, Ohio 

Seamans, Arthur 198 East North St., Alion, N.Y. 

Shelley, Helena 2194- 25th St., Akron, Ohio 

• Shoff, Alice R.F.D. #4, Salem, Ohio 

Shoff, Edward R.D. #3, Salem, Ohio 

Shuman, Thelma 372 Pennington Ave., Trenton, N. J. 

Skidmore, Becky 951 Ambrose Ave., E. Liverpool, Ohio 

Parrysville, Pa. 

52 Florence St., Wollaston, Masi 

15 Reed Ave., Westwood, Mass. 

R.R. #8, Box 446, Dayton 3, Ohio 

Route 3, Box 383, Cumberland, Md. 

Star Route, Newport, Me. 

45 Ryder Ave., Lynbrook, N.Y. 

Parryville, Pa. 

3337 Cedarbrook Rd., Cleveland Hts., Ohio 

19 Bunker Ave., Fairfield, Maine 

515 Florida St., Charleston, W. Va. 

5308 Lancaster Ave., Charleston, W. Va. 

Barton Digby Co., N. S., Canada 

428'l/ 2 North Fulton St., Allentown, Pa. 

428'/2 North Fulton St., Allentown, Pa. 

Meductic, New Brunswick 

Johnson, Vermont 

No. Brooklin, Maine 

South Penobscot, Maine 

78 Birchwood Dr., Huntington, N.Y. 

78 Birchwood Dr., Huntington, N.Y. 

620 Columbia Ave., Darby, Pa. 

214 Adams St., Waltham 54, Mass. 

West River Rd., Uxbridge, Mass. 

101 I - K Street, S.E. Washington 3, D. C. 

125 Lincoln Ave., Wollaston, 'Mass. 

21 West St., Everett, Mass. 

Boswell, Pa. 

3045 Harlem Ave., Baltimore 16, Mass. 

R.D. #1, Box II, Oxford, Pa. 

24 E. Central Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 



ith, Elaine 
ith, Eleanor F. 
ith, Eleanor W 
ith, Evangeline 
Gene 
Hadley 
Marjorie 
Richard 
Clyde 
Wilma 
Songer, Joseph 
Sova, Marilyn 
Specht, Rul'h 
Stahl, Benjamin 
Stahl, Donald 
Stairs, Conard 
Stanton, Carolyn 
Staples, Chester 
Staples, Marilyn 
Steffens, Paul 
Steffens, Timothy 
Stephey, Emma 
Stiefel, Albert 
Stinson, Wesley 
Stone, Betty 
Storey, Philip 
Storms, Victor 
Stotler, Mary Alice 
S'owell, Beverly 
Sumner, Virginia 
Swift, Alton 



Takala, Elaine 
Takala, Ruth 
Teague, George 
Terwilliger, Eugene 
Thomas, Gloria 
Thomas, Ralph 
Thompson, Edward 
Thompson, Lester 
Thompson, Ruth 
Tibbets, William 
Tokarski, Laura 
Tr!ver L . Garne; 
Tustin, Mable 
Tustin, Ruth 
Tuttle, Phyllis 
Tyler, Marth. 



Umstead, Clair 



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57 E. Walnut Ave., Painesville, Ohio 

57 E. Walnut Ave., Painesville, Ohio 

Waldoboro, Maine 

36 Rector St., W. Englewood, N. J. 

9 Lapham St., Rochester, N.Y. 

307 Cabot St., New!-onville, Mass. 

I 19 W. Diamond St., Butler, Pa. 

28 Adams St., Medford 55, Mass. 

Hollywood I, Maryland 

Sedgwick, Maine 

R.F.D. #2, South Portland, Maine 

547 Ulster St., Toronto, Canada 

315 E. Wheeling St., Washington, Pa. 

15 East Wheeling St., Washington, Pa. 

Windermere Terrace, E. Cleveland, O. 

Vermon i ville, N.Y. 

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450 Wash. St., Royersford, Pa. 



Sampson, Robert 
Saunders, Lawson 
Schindler, Helen 
Schhitzer, Janet 
Schlosser, Audrey 
Schrag, Elmer 
Scott, Betty 
Scott, Jean 
Scott, John 
Scott, John 



Urichsville, Ohio 

835 Barker St., Fredericton, N. B. 

449 Berkshire Ave., Buffalo, N.Y. 

Box 177, Tabor, N. J. 

840 So. Lindern Ave., Alliance, Ohio 

51 Hale St., Beverly, Mass. 

89 Bicknell St., Quincy, Mass. 

R.D. #1, Lisbon, Ohio 

727 Washington St., Gloucester, Mass. 

70 Pleasant St., Ouincy, Mass. 



Van Winkle, Florence R.R. 5, Bedford, Ind. 

Varian, William 1015 Washington St., Traverse City, 'Mich. 
Vidt, Nelda 64 Butler St., Etna. Pa. 



Wagner, Arvilla 
Wagner, Norma 
Wagstaff, Gilda 

Wallace, Mary 
Wallace, William 



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Box I 18, East Wilton, Maine 

Box I 18, East Wilton, Maine 

423 So. 7th St., Cambridge, Ohio 

63 Curtis St., St. Thomas, Canada 

71 Salem Ave., Toron l o, Ca-.ada 



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Walton, Clifford 
Walton, Roberta 
Ward, Audrey 
Washburn, Alma 
Watkins, Lawrence 
Watts, Aleda 
Watts, June 
Wayman, Charlott 
Welker, Richard 
Weller, Helen 
Wells, Dorothy 
Wells, Howard 
Wes!on, Helen 
Weston, Muriel 
Wheeler, Natalie 
White, Anita 
White, Donald 
White, Olive 
Whitney, Bruce 
Wilbur, Esther 
Williams, Dean 
Williams, Muriel 
Williams, Roger 
Willoughby, Lawrence 
Wilson, Ruth 
Winget, Wilfred 
Winsor, Paul 
Wise, Delbert 
WUmer, Elaine 
Wolfe, Wilbu 



Woodward, Oakley 
Woodward, Robert 
Wool, Steve 
Wortham, James 
Wray, Elsie 
Wry, Medley 



I 19 Pine St., So. Portland, Maine 

I 19 Pine St., So. Portland, Maine 

R.R. #3, Dundas, Ont. 

201 East St., E. Walpole, Mass. 

M.C. 28, Warren, Ohio 

Forest, New York 

Union, Maine 

1208 Elwell St., Pittsburgh 7, Pa. 

R.D. 2, New Castle, Pa. 

R. #4, Carthage, New York 

47 Spring Park Ave., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

R.F.D. #1, Plattsburg, New York 

539 Runnymede Rd., Toronto, Canada 

539 Runnymede Rd., Toronto, Canada 

125 W. Broadway, Derry, N. H. 

R.F.D. $2, Livermore Falls, Maine 

14002 Strathmo.re Ave., E. Celveland, Ohio 

98 Phillips St., Wollaston, Mass. 

108 Harriet St., So. Portland, Maine 

30 Eagle Street, Schnectady, N. Y. 

530 E. High St., Urichsville, Ohio 

North Road, R.F.D. #4, Warren, O. 

I 1038 Artesian Ave., Chicago, III. 

223 - 17th St., N.E. Wash., D. C. 

Chazy, New Yorl 

R.D. #1, Dover, N. J. 

1380 Eastern Ave., Maiden, Mass. 

336 Conn. St., Buffalo 13, N. Y. 

Beamstown, Pa. 

15 Bradshaw Ave., East Liverpool, Ohio 



Douds, Jerry 



E. N. C, Wollaston, Mass. 



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R.F.D. #2, So. Portland, Maine 

13 Mill St., Binghamfon, N. Y. 

20 Lathom Courf, Burlington, Vt. 

R.F.D. ^fr I , Bishop, Georgia 

22 Li I ley St., Manchester, Conn. 

70 Pleasant St., Quincy, Mass. 



Esselstyn, Eleanor 2329 Troost Ave., Kansas City, Mo. 



Ferrioli, Ralph 
Forsythe, Kenneth 
Fo.rsyl"he, Ray 

Freely, Robert 



50 Clapp St., Dorchester, Mass. 

93 Pickering St., Toronto, Canada 

93 Pickering St., Toronto, Canada 

Bayside, L. I., New York 



Gibson, Richard 1182 Kohler Ave., Akron, Ohio 

Gilmore, Paul 2830 Hyde Park Bid., Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

Goodnow, Elizabeth 158 Waterston Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 



Hall, Jack 
Herring, Herman 
Howland, Leroy 
Hughes, John 



Long, Hope 
Lutz, Beatrice 



McCibe, Glenns 
McClung, Jack 



Maye, Maso 
Melvin, William 



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Riverside Dr., Johnson City, N. Y. 

21 Hedley Ave., Johnston, R. I. 

1232 Hilton Ave., Utica, N. Y. 

52 Lees Ave., Ottawa, Canada 



156 Hilton Ave., Youngstown, Ohio 
76 Birchbrow Ave., N. Weymouth, Mass. 

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20 Latham Court, Burlington, Vt. 
346 Elm St., Wadsworth, Ohio 

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24 Warwick Road, Brookline, Mass. 
60 Maple St., Moretown, N. B., Canada 



Yamada .Paul 
Yoder, Kenneth 
Young, Donna 
Young, Doris 
Young, Dorothy 
Young, Doris 
Youngholm, Paul 



Zimmerman, Mar 



P.O. Box 55, Pepeekeo, Hawaii 

276 W. Nedro Ave. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Manton, N. C. 

298 Myrtle St., Manchester, N. H. 

1400 Sheffield Rd., So. Euclid, Ohio 

1400 Sheffield Rd., So. Euclid, Ohio 

28 Franklin St., Weymouth, Mass. 



84 Faxon Rd., Quincy, Mass. 



Nicholson, Marian 
Nobles, LeBaron 



Pearsall 


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Pierce, 


Geraldine 


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Roberts 


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23 Standish Ave., Welleysville, Pa. 
99 Marlboro St., Quincy, Mass. 



South Centre Ave., Rockville Ctr., N.Y. 
1467 Main St., Brockton, Mass. 



310 Ingersoll Ave., Woodstock, Canada 
Twillingate, Newfoundland 



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Alcorn, Kenneth 
Almas, Audrey 
Anderson, Bryant 



101 Botsford St., Moncron, N. B. 

I 15 Soraugren Ave., Toronto, Canada 

38 Bicknell St., Quincy, Mass. 



Sanger, Irene 
Schemerhorn, Raymond 
Shaw, Madelyn 
Shelby, Ruth 
Smart, Marion 
Smith, Byron 
Stanford, Beulah 
Stanford, Irving 
Stanley, v'irgi! 
Stewart, Kipp 



305 Lake St., Waltham, Mass. 

179 Henry St., Kingston, N.Y. 

Lisbon Falls, 'Maine, R.F.D. $ 2 

Eastwood, Ontario 

Beachell Ave., Scarboro, Ont. 

52 Florence St., Wollaston, Mass. 

Bass River, Nova Scotia 

Bass River, Nova Scotia 

452-A Newell St., Barberfon, Ohio 

19 Hoyt St., New Cannan, Conn. 



Brohawn, Alice 
Brooks, Stanley 
Brown, Gordon 



Calverley, Ruth 
Cog hill, Isabel 
Cribbis, Ross 



3 Bedford Street, Wood, Penna. 

Altona, New York 

Brookside, N. J. 



Box 105 Villas, New Jersey 
246 Chisholm Ave., Toronto, Canada 
359 Main Street, Toronto, Canada 



Taylor, Bertha 
Thatcher, Robert 



Wanner, Robert 
White, Ru:h 
Warson, Florence 
Wilbur, Pe L er 



88-12 - 206th St., Mollis, N.Y. 
Route #2, Boyds, Md. 

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309 Washington St., Royersford, Pa. 

98 Phillips St., Wollaston, Mass. 

80 Withrow Ave., Toronto, Ont. 

239 Mountain Rd., Moncton, N. B. 



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